Aubron - I started with your tool, and I loved it! but when I started trying to follow on tablet and/or smart phone, geekwagon was there with a usable interface, that also cookie-remembered where I left off and started me there next time.
BUT at the issue of that which is named only reluctantly, the wagon had a broken wheel and I returned to the the tool that I started with, THX^2
neopifex - I share you feeling of a lost friend, each morning checking for the newpix and the anticipation of "where is this going" was a bright spot each day.
Valarya - I haven't read the blog, got to run to nothingness for a while, put a placemark for me there, I'll BRB in a few.
I never did request a hat from cardinal Buffygirl, but then my avatars seemed to be pre-equipped, must be a class trait of mechanoids.
My favorite frame, 2895, where we find the answer (if you can read smudge that is).
off topic (not that it's possible to go off topic here, all topics loop back...)
1) if this doesn't come out in a book of its own, a great financial opportunity will be lost (i'm putting in my request for a signed copy >HERE<).
2) first it was the Oh me yarm Poster sized panels in XKCD that befuddled the mind, then click-n-drag blew the mind away, and not a serial within one.
Randall pushes the envelope and shows new ways for this on-line medium to convey art in new forms. following this geometric progression of OMG-ness, the next one will surely cause my brain to jump out of my left ear, dance a jig, and get invited to parties on the left coast.