Friday, November 17, 2006
Laugh lines
Exchange opened up a whole new avenue for I-Reporting when we started asking users to send in their political cartoons. We were surprised by how many we got and how good they were. I drew the lucky straw and had the privilege of making the first two galleries. We are featuring some of the cartoons on our new Warp blog, which is appropriate, since political cartooning requires a certain "warped" perspective on issues and events. I open our in-box everyday looking forward to the new stuff our talented users are sending in. Keep up the good work! Check out your graphic humor: Gallery 1 | Gallery 2
Hi Annie, great job you guys are doing. May I suggest you keep putting a link to this page on the AC360 blog. They get a lot of traffic and I didn't know about this blog until I saw it yesterday on the AC360 site.
Thankyou
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