I've got a regular set of daily (and sometimes weekly) reading. Herdthinners is an anthropomorphic look at life and system administration--Kevin makes a great sysadmin rabbit. Angst Technologies has been mentioned (and shown) here before. Penny Arcade is a sometimes bizzare, sometimes vulgar, but usually funny look at the game business. And then there are other less regular efforts such as Argon Zark and Accidental Centaurs.
Today I made a big mistake and pressed GO on Mega Tokyo. That was a big mistake. Took my conscience three hours to talk me away from the next button. Got about half way through at that point (something like 2 1/2 years worth). This stuff is great. A mix of manga, drama, game geeks in Tokyo, robots, the ultimate evil, insecure guys, insecure girls, more manga, good vs bad, more bad jokes, and stickman.
Occasionally, guest artists help out, explaining many things, such as all the tasks one much master in order to be a web-artist:
And here I thought it was bad when I jumped through the entire archive for Ramblers in one shot. Funny stuff also (the life of the super-seniors and the regular college people who put up with them). Reminds me of Egglston. This is from Danielle Corsetto [warning: home page is not worksafe] who's newest effort launches this week: Girls with slingshots
And I'm supposed to be getting my work done when?