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Size: 184KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/21/2006
Announcing a winner! Last issue, we presented a cartoon, drawn by our wonderful cartoonist, Mark Hill. We asked you, our readers, to give us your take on what this cartoon is trying to say in our first Cartoon Caption Contest. Now, we have a winning caption, plus the three top captions for you to vote on for the next one. Plus, a great new cartoon that just begs for a great caption from YOU.  
Size: 137KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/18/2006
Ah, yes, we have some clever thinkers amongst our readership. Last issue, we presented a cartoon, drawn by our wonderful cartoonist, Mark Hill. We asked you, our readers, to give us your take on what this cartoon is trying to say in our first Cartoon Caption Contest. Now, we have the three top captions available for you to vote on. Plus, a fresh cartoon that just begs for a great caption from YOU.  
Size: 152KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:5/20/2006
Think you can you make us chuckle? How about make us laugh out loud? Better yet, can you throw us into a fit of side-splitting, tears rolling down the face laughter? Then, join us on our humor page--we'll give you the material to work with, you give us the punch line. So, are you up to the challenge? (Contrary to popular belief, it does take a lot to amuse us!)  
Size: 236KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:4/1/2006
Join us for a bit of fun with this April 1, 2006 Special Bonus Issue  
Size: 83KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/25/2006
Your ever-alert editorial staff here at JDEtips are constantly on the look-out for sources of entertainment/amusement. Sometimes we have to resort to making it up ourselves--but then we wonder if we are only amusing ourselves... Then, out of the blue, we discover that you, our faithful readers, are quite adept at amusing yourselves, not to mention us.  
Size: 293KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:7/21/2005
In the interest of ensuring that our readers have the opportunity to keep current with the ever-changing world of technology, we are once again offering up the latest news in buzzwords. This is not to be missed. But beware! There is, in fact, a test in this one, so you'd best pay attention. P.S. Andy says this is the real reason he publishes JDEtips--so he can work on his opening act for Larry and Co.  
Size: 115KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/11/2005
Jon Reed has a lighter side. Or perhaps it's his dark side. Hard to tell with that guy! Jon teamed up with Rachel Meyers and illustrator Rusty Johnson to create a book called "Resumes from Hell", in which they share experiences from their professional recruitment years. We offer here just a taste.  
Size: 120KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/11/2005
We found this hilarious and we think you might, too. Thanks and a JDEtips of the hat to the folks at Technology Evaluation (www.technologyevaluation.com) for granting us permission to share with you this bit of genius by William Sheppard. Our esteemed Publisher found this the perfect cure for the "Too many TLAs" syndrome. And for the novice - that stands for "Too many Three-Letter Acronyms"!  

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