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We all have our favorite web comics but this one is especially created for nerds. Oliver Widder (@geekandpoke) is comically and artistically dishing out the goods. I especially love the comic above (but check out all of his creations on his cartoons page). Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above. To find all previous cool sites since 1994, visit our archive.  

I usually don't feature shopping/gift sites but this one comes highly recommended from an old cyber friend, EvanWeber. So, this Cool Site of the Day (for 12/19) is #nuts, a perfect 'go to' site when you need a gift that will please just about anyone. It all started in 1929 when a guy named Sol walked away from his bank job and got a loan to start his own business, the Newark Nut Company. Third generation family run business. GREAT! Vote for it here and give it a 'thumbs up' above. To find all previous cool sites since 1994, visit our archive. This site discovered by our friends at

Today's Cool Site of the Day is @NewYorker magazine's Cartoon Caption Contest. Each week, The New Yorker provides a cartoon in need of a caption. You, the reader, submit your caption and they choose three finalists. Finalists for this week's cartoon will appear online December 8th, and in the December 15th issue of The New Yorker. Any resident of the United States, Canada (except Quebec), Australia, the United Kingdom, or the Republic of Ireland age eighteen or older can enter or vote. See and vote for today’s site here (on the day of this post) and give it a ‘thumbs up’ on Cool Site of the Day. Add this page

Do you enjoy when the Google logo is altered for special events as much as I do?  Doodles are the fun, surprising and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries and the lives of famous artists, pioneers and scientists. Read the whole history here.  PLEASE RATE THIS SITE: If you’re seeing this on December 21, click the ‘See Today’s Site‘  link and give it a rating from 1-10. Mike