There's a lot of fun to be had with Google predictive text, where you start typing something into the Google search bar, and it tries to guess the full phrase the searches of millions of other people. Now, this can be very helpful when you're typing in a very common phrase like, say, the old Spider-Man axiom "Wi
Comic-Con has officially begun, and Google is celebrating the event by 1) giving everyone in the convention center free Wi-Fi (thanks!) and 2) posting a new Google logo drawn by DC superstar Jim Lee, where Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Batman, Robin, and Plastic Man strike a pose atop the name of everyone's favorite search engine.
But while Batman is representing on the big "G," poor Robin looks like he got shoved in the loop of the lower case "g." Sor
The work of sequential art scholar Scott McCloud includes some of the most respected teaching tools in comics, particularly his seminal graphic novel series, "Understanding Comics," "Reinventing Comics" and "Making Comics
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