8/19: Autocorrect didn’t even mention having The Cure as the reception band.
8/18: It’s gonna be tough job, but somebody has to do it.
8/17: I can’t stand that guy, mainly because I can never seem to avoid him.
8/16: When you make your I0S icons do this, it looks like they’re having a party.
8/15: I guess that guy was in a hurry.
8/14: I’ve often felt that part of my job description is creating reactions like this.
8/13: Surreal, but it’s true that about half of the things requiring Ms. Trellis’s signature these days is done electronically. And the ratio is increasing.
8/12: Oh, Art…
8/11: Me, I always update as soon as I see those little red circles with the white numbers.
"Game of Thrones" heraldry! What’s yours?
8/9: A stunning development! And nobody got a picture of the fleeting event.
8/8: Next year I’ll come prepared! Actually, we won the team horseshoes competition. (The “shoes” were made by cutting up 15-year-old AOL disks.)
8/7: True, but the race for the Silver Medal is wide open.
8/6: I see the logic. Once posted online, they’re permanent.
8/5: I think what you’re seeing in that last panel is self preservation in action.
8/4: Guy to the rescue!
8/3: There are six reasons to read today’s Fastrack strip..seven if you count the panel with Lenore.
8/2: Hope they don’t make any accidental in-app purchases.
8/1: Yes, it’s the annual Fastrack Inc. company picnic, and for the first time ever, Fi is attending.
7/31: It definitely comes in handy for exhuming.
7/30: Oh, Art…
7/29: It probably speaks well of Ms. Trellis that she’s not familiar with NSFW.
7/28: That’s what passes for a friend on Planet Trellis.
Ms. Trellis’s priority: Blame Deflection
7/26 I’m surprised his headstone isn’t larger.
7/25: The strip rarely shows my non-work friends. Here, Guy and I are out with Pestilette and Warren. (Famina was sitting to Guy’s right.)
7/24: Unfortunately, car chargers aren’t standard in a hearse.
7/23: Naughty raven! (My fault for leaving my iPad out like that.)
The scary part is, online security systems have increased in complexity to the point where oversights are inevitable. (See Heartbleed bug)
7/21: Bud is just trying to start a flame war here. Me, I prefer “Dr. Who.”
7/20: Just a demonstration of how vulnerable passwords can be.
7/19: Obviously there are many more than what’s shown here. :)
7/18: I’m sure he’ll post something about it.
7/17: *sings* “I see a bad moon a-risin’…” BTW, on another topic, while I’ve attended the last two Comic Cons, I won’t be at San Diego this year.
7/16: Geek joke. But the important thing is that Bud was able to isolate the Fastrack servers from the Bug during his tantrum. Monitors are replaceable.
7/15: This was after my loooong talk with Autocorrect on the fleeting, transitory nature of life, making it all the more important to hold on to love when it appears.
7/14: When the Bug isn’t happy, no one’s happy.
7/13: Further evidence that the Sunday strips aren’t part of the daily continuity. :)
7/12: I can tell when she’s upset, when she mistakenly uses the wrong word. (Please, no one make the comment that she apparently gets upset a lot.)
7/11: I knew she’d regret it. Soon, and for the rest of her life…
7/10: I can see her point; it’s also interesting how computer code can see other versions of herself as close relations.
7/9: I hate to say it but whatever reservations she has, she’s not handling it well. I’ll watch how this plays out, but I may have to step in.
7/8: I suspected that the Bug was going to propose to Autocorrect. However, I didn’t anticipate her reaction.
7/2: Before I got here, Wendy did a lot of the hard work in pushing Ms. Trellis up the online learning curve.
7/1: Oh, Art…
6/30: I can’t blame anyone for doing this. Wendy has become more cautious as well.
6/29: I’m always surprised by their naivete. They always believe we know less about them than we really do.
6/28: The Bug’s definition of “fun” translates to “headache” for humans.
6/27: Just trying to be accurate.
6/26: That meeting was an hour and a half of my life I’ll never get back.