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Posted: 07:10:02 PM, 07/01/2014

Number-related comic strip

   

It seems that Luke Miller, a freelance FPGA design consultant and EE Times blogger, has a hidden talent for cartooning.


Luke's recent project was the design of a GPS-Driven, FPGA-Decoded Nixie Tube Speedometer (I so want one of these little beauties in my own truck). Well, I just discovered that Luke has been dabbling at creating his own cartoon strip called "A Few Good Bits..." For example, I particularly like the cartoon titled "a 2's compliment":

 


And Luke's more recent entry from last year's Thanksgiving holiday was titled "Thanksgiving Pi" as shown below:

 


Now I'm wondering how long Luke can keep this going. How many more number-related jokes are there? I look forward to seeing his next offering. In the meantime, I must admit to being a tad envious. Now I want my own cartoon strip. But what should I call it?

 

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