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T3h OO4 5#0\/\/ will be on schedule

But that has very little to do with what I wanted to say. I just got done sorting my list of webcomics so that I can expect to see newer comics more often, thus increasing efficiency and happiness. And I also figure that organizing one's list of webcomics on a Saturday afternoon is so geeky that it requires an LJ post just to dance with the dead horse as it were.

Turns out I have 9 comics that I am reading archives of, Monday and Friday are tied at 13, and I have 14 comics sets that do not update, but are cool none the less. Everyday 9 update, 11 update from Mon-Fri, and Sunday has the least at 1.

Of these I highly recommend:
General Protection Fault for its cool extensive story and never missing daily updates,
Joe and Monkey because it rocks,
You'll Have That and Count Your Sheep for their happy attitude,
Ozy and Millie for such things as iambic pentslammeter,
and xkcd for it's sheer awesomeness.

Here are a few of the exceptional comic sets I have found, which are gems but generally do not update:
Copper is simply fantastic - updates once a month, and yet very much worth the wait.
Night Time is a short run linked from Kazu Kibuishi's Bolt City. Very cool and well done.
Power Puff Girls is a shockingly well done cross over of Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon's cartoon charactors, plus some cool new ones. Excellent work. (Bleedman currently is updating Grim Tales from Down Below)

In other news, I have about 1 1/2 months of unlimited Real Rhapsody, so I got to hear Cantoma as well as Be Not Nobody and Bela Fleck and the Flecktones's new album The Hidden Land. Quite Cool.