Meet the Characters
About the Cartoonist:
Steve Kearsley filled his early years drawing comic heroes and inventing gadgets with his “50-in-one” electronics kit, a good foundation for a tech cartoonist.
“Computers are basically anti-social”, says Steve, “they are happy when we all feel like idiots”. Steve draws on his computer trials, observations and frustrations.
Email the cartoonist, he likes to make fun of your technology gone wrong stories, and you’ll laugh too.
Tech Cartoons for Your Publications:
All of the tech cartoons on this site can be licensed for digital, print, newsletters, syndication or custom events.
Send an email to inquire about cartoon license fees
Browser is an Internet animal. He’s the original cyberdog in a world of kibbles, bits and bytes.
"In cyberspace, nobody knows you’re a dog."
Ludd can’t catch a break when it comes to new technology. He’s learning by trial and... ubiquitous error messages.
"Technology makes me feel like a crash dummy."
Dot hates computers. She thinks they are out to get her, especially the PC on her desk. There is some truth to her theory.
"Why is everything online so difficult and so complicated."
Netta is the project manager who doesn't care if she is liked by her co-workers. Her frustrations often turn into hysterical fits of rage.
"I have little patience for people or machines running at less than 150 percent."
Al v.6 (Artificial Leader version 6) is the spineless company executive on the cutting edge of management technology. This cyborg is the virtual reality of your worst bosses combined.
"I don’t want to hear about it! If there’s a problem, send me an e-mail."
Hexogle is a web search engine that sells your personal information for the fun of it! Unofficial slogan is "Be evil".
"This malicious machine has been fragmenting for years."
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