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And we now have an affiliation for our Canadian fans.

And we also now have an Amazon.UK affiliation for our UK fans!

Forum tidbits!

grumpysteen wants you to define your life, ... spungo takes a Myers Briggs test, ... TheMoMan has a question for the Aussies, ... Ashitaka watches Riese , votes for a Modern Sufferage Movement, ... and shows us the best ipod docking station you can get for 3 and a half grand.

And in SuperFan Clubhouse Tidbits: we welcome new Solid Nitrozanium Superfan iPhone1!

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Neat things to read about and do, to bring a little Joy to your Tech.

The amazing self-updating Joy of Tech Thumbnail is featured on:
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Thanks Rich!!...and of course we love the ever-loving!

 About us...

The Joy of Tech is a comic about technology and pop culture, created by Nitrozac and Snaggy, and updated three times a week. We like to feature the people and events that are making today's tech news.

We've been making comics on the web since early 1999, and The Joy of Tech just celebrated its 10th anniversary. We're very proud to be featured regularily on places like AllThingsD (from the people who publish The Wall Street Journal), Macworld UK magazine, PC Live magazine, and many others, both on the web and in print.

We currently live on Vancouver Island, Canada, where we have a lovely perspective of the silicon valleys to the south. We make The Joy of Tech using Apple computers, mostly on our MacBook Pros, running Mac OS X Snow Leopard. We use software from Apple, Adobe, BBedit,, and others, including Microsoft (yep, we do use Microsoft Office for Mac on occasion). Nitrozac uses a Wacom tablet to draw her illustrations.

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