February 13, 2001
8:21 AM   Subscribe

Cartoonbank.com is The New Yorker's online database of cartoons. You can search (internet dog, racism), order prints and t-shirts, and launch a pop-up "cartoon channel" window that refreshes with a new cartoon twice a minute.
posted by sudama (2 comments total)
Also of note is that The New Yorker has started putting some content online. One thing I'll read when I have some time is this long-ass Gabriel García Márquez profile. Props to allaboutgeorge for the link.
posted by sudama at 8:27 AM on February 13, 2001

Oh my gosh, the New Yorker's site finally has content -- took them long enough. Anyway, the fact that they've finally done it must mean that the apocalypse is coming.
posted by Tin Man at 10:53 AM on February 13, 2001

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