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Return-to-zero engineering comic

Posted on Saturday, February 12th, 2011 in idle by Ian

Return-to-zero is a new comic strip for engineers:

We bring to light the “Engineers World” with lab humor, exploding circuits, and of course making a sport out of solving the trickiest of engineering problems.

We’re also big fans of xkcd, another long-running tech geek and engineering comic.

Thanks Elaina! Via the contact form.

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2 Responses to “Return-to-zero engineering comic”

  1. Tayken says:

    Don’t forget PhD Comics, life of all grad students out there! :)

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