The current issue MIT Technology Review. Just say Yea or Nay if you understand it.
(There are no clues in the strips leading up to this one)
Perhaps to the general public but not to comic strip afficianadios?
(And please note that all we’re discussing here are the comics strips in question themselves)
And is there significance to this being a grandfather clock, other than the fact that it has to be (re)wound?
And as an aside… do/did grandfather clocks have to be manually wound? My grandfather had one (appropriately enough), but I don’t remember ever having seen him to it.
What percentage of comic strip reading is done online as opposed to in physical newspapers?
Because I’m thinking we might have reached the point where cartoonists should no longer be drawing comics that aren’t readable on computer screens (let alone phones or tablets): either because the text is just too small, or because the panel needs to be rotated 90 degrees to be read.