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Where can I find some amusing cartoons about software testing?

As Leo Rosten eloquently stated, "Humor is the affectionate communication of insight."

Here is one such example that pertains to software testing:

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I am looking for cartoons or other funny examples that convey insight about common software testing challenges for potential inclusion in software testing seminars and/or management presentations. Introducing potentially divisive issues through the use of humor can be an effective first step towards change management initiatives, for example. What other insightful software-testing sources of comics or other humorous content would you recommend I explore?

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  • Obviously, this is a subjective question. Please see the meta.sqa discussion about recommended guidelines concerning the appropriateness of asking subjective questions.
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marked as duplicate by corsiKa, Shog9 May 19 '11 at 20:22

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Trying this again. :-) –  TristaanOgre May 19 '11 at 17:01
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I have to agree with Shog's closing of the first post. At first I thought it was great. Then I re-read the guidelines, and I don't feel it's appropriate. This fails the "why versus how" test, the "long not short answer" test, the "opinion backed by fact" test, and in my opinion, also the "more than mindless social fun" test. –  corsiKa May 19 '11 at 17:25
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Furthermore, reposting a closed topic is generally taboo. If you feel it was closed incorrectly, the proper thing to do would be to edit the question to rephrase, vote to re-open (if you can) and/or flag for moderator attention to indicate that you feel it no longer is a close-worthy question. –  corsiKa May 19 '11 at 17:27
    
Thanks for your views. To clarify, I actually did edit it a great deal to establish the case for why it is a "real" question vs. one that could be construed as "mindless social fun". I wasn't aware of the vote to re-open options or flag for moderator attention options. –  Justin May 19 '11 at 17:47
    
Also, see: stackoverflow.com/questions/528311/… as a precedent of a similar question that has been open on stackoverflow for several years. Like this one, it asks, "Is there cartoon-based content (related directly to the subject matter of the community) that is suitable to helping me advance my professional objectives?" –  Justin May 19 '11 at 17:50
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Here's one that has a short list (the site hasn't been around long). http://www.softwarequalityconnection.com/cartoon-archive/

You can also find a pretty good list here:

http://www.softwaretestpro.com/List/Cartoons

And that actually has several links to

http://cartoontester.blogspot.com/

I've made this a community wiki so that others can add to the list.

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