I just got back from taking my family on vacation and, as it turns out, they just kept putting stuff on the Internet the whole time I was gone. I assumed it’d be a “pause everything until I get back” sort of situation. I still haven’t entirely crawled out of my unread Internet hole. Only one of my eyes is bleeding, so that’s a good sign.
I posted a ton of pictures from the trip on my Instagram, if you are so inclined.
I’ll be posting holiday shipping deadlines over at my store soon. If you want something before, let’s say, around the last week of December, you should probably order it now.
Do you want support me making comics full time?! Then my Patreon is THE PLACE for you. Every little bit helps me continue to make a living, and is QUITE appreciated.
When I go on vacation, I just forward everything to spam. The Post Office gave me a dirty look when I asked them to hold my mail and my Internet.
Thanks for giving me a few minutes at Disney. I got a story for the grandkids. Or someone.
Hope you dug the Indiana Jones stunt show.
Only 207 electronic envelopes?
I was amazed when a friend told me of a company where the out-of-office message on emails reads something like this:
I am out of the office on vacation currently. Upon my return, all unread email, including this one, will be deleted. If your query is urgent, please contact $relevant_person, otherwise please re-send your original email after I return on $return_date.
The idea of being able to return from holiday, and then select and delete all unread email, seemed like the most wonderful idea. (Of course, doesn’t work quite as well with other networks)
Hey, sometimes just a few hours ends up with that many things that call for your attention