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LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

LabTOONS, The secret life of LabVIEW objects!

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Have you ever wondered what your code is doing when nobody is looking??? Smiley Surprised
 
Here's my first (and worst) attempt at a comic strip about the secret life of labview objects. Enjoy! Smiley Very Happy
 
 
Groans welcome. Smiley Happy
 
 


Message Edited by altenbach on 05-20-2008 05:42 PM
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I'm sorry, I don't read webcomics without alt text.

P.S. Smiley Very Happy


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Nice Christian!

So are you opening this thread for others or can we all add our LV related comics here?

Ben

Senior Automation Systems Architect with Data Science Automation LabVIEW Champion Knight of NI and Prepper LinkedIn Profile
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Excellent Altenback!
 
I like it Smiley Happy  You should do a weekly version & copyright the concept.  Next, you need to build a website and promote to the newspapers!  Smiley Happy
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JoeLabView wrote:
You should do a weekly version & copyright the concept.  Next, you need to build a website and promote to the newspapers!  Smiley Happy
I have pretty clear ideas for about 10 more, but that's about it. I don't think syndication is an option, LOL! Soon the NI lawyers would be breathing down my neck or biting my ankles for misusing the copyrighted look and feel of LabVIEW icons/structures/wires.
 
Posting here is probably safe as parody exemption under fair use. However, I am not a lawyer! Smiley Surprised
 
The audience "sandbox" is also pretty small. Readers outside the LabVIEW community would usually not "get it". Even here, some advanced understanding of LabVIEW might be needed in some cases to determine that it's actually not funny at all. Smiley Very Happy
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Very nice Altenbach.

I'm thinking T-shirts!  Smiley Very Happy

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Centerbolt posted;
 

I'm thinking T-shirts! 


 
Yogurt would be proud of you!
 
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Senior Automation Systems Architect with Data Science Automation LabVIEW Champion Knight of NI and Prepper LinkedIn Profile
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"... about 10 more, ..."

Wonderful! I'll be watching for those.

Ben

Senior Automation Systems Architect with Data Science Automation LabVIEW Champion Knight of NI and Prepper LinkedIn Profile
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I like it! Smiley Very Happy You could even use a flat sequence structure to frame it all - although that might be bad comic form.
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The flat sequence structure would fit in perfectly.  Keep em coming.
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