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  Questionable Content - Comixpedia
Questionable Content is a comedic slice-of-life webcomic drawn by Jeph Jacques.
Questionable Content was first posted in 2003, and has scheduled updates every weekday.
Questionable Content was used along with Penny Arcade, Fetus-X and American Elf as an example of comics using the web to create "an explosion of diverse genres and styles" in Scott McCloud's 2006 book Making Comics.
www.comixpedia.org /index.php?title=Questionable_Content   (1988 words)

  
 Questionable Content - Is That One Good?
Questionable Content (abbreviated QC or Q.C.) is a slice-of-life webcomic written and drawn by Jeph Jacques.
Questionable Content takes place in Northampton, Massachusetts; the most frequent setting locales include Marten and Faye's shared apartment, Coffee of Doom (the fictional coffeeshop Dora owns), and Smith College's (jokingly referred to by its students as "Smif College") Williston Library, where Marten is employed.
The Questionable Content Forum * IndieTits * The AnthroPC Handbook * Questionable Content LJ community * Random Jeph Drawings * Marten's Blog - has not been updated Since 19 February 2006.
www.itog.com /item_info.pl?id=159298   (1441 words)

  
  Content monitoring tags questionable email activity
Content monitoring technology is based on linguistic scanning engines that search for communication and activity performed by network users.
If a company wants to scan for questionable communication between their employees and the competition, they can build an engine to do it.
According to Rich Mogull, research vice president at Stamford, Conn.-based Gartner Inc., the content monitoring and filtering (CMF) market is expected to have grown from $25 million in 2005 to $60 million in 2006.
searchcio.techtarget.com /originalContent/0,289142,sid19_gci1234023,00.html   (2569 words)

  
 CafePress.com : Help Desk : Questionable Material & Prohibited Content Guidelines
Content that is deemed to be in the Gray Zone but closer to White Zone may have a higher probability of not being removed from a user's shop, while content that is deemed to be in the Gray Zone but closer to the Black Zone may have a higher probability of being removed.
Content that depicts violence, is obscene, abusive, fraudulent or threatening such as an image of a murder victim, morgue shots, promotion of suicide, etc.
Content that glamorize the use of "hard core" illegal substance and drugs such as a person injecting a vial of a substance in their body.
www.cafepress.com /cp/info/help/content_policy.aspx   (540 words)

  
 Main Page - The Quiki
Welcome to the Questionable Wiki, a collaborative knowledge-base dedicated to the silliness and goings-on of the Questionable Content Forums and pound qc.
This was inspired wholly by the Dumbwiki, from which Mnementh stole most of the opening sentence, and by est's preservation of the T-Rex Attack thread.
This Wiki is for and about the Questionable Content Forums, and not intended to be a repository of information about the comic.
www.questionablewiki.com /index.php/Main_Page   (275 words)

  
 Jeph Jacques - Comixpedia
Questionable Content (QC) is a comedic slice-of-life webcomic that Jacques started on August 1, 2003.
Compared to Questionable Content, it is a simple strip, eschewing detailed art and linear storyline in favour of reusable pre-drawn panels and one-shot jokes.
He has two tattoos, the first being a self-designed tattoo of a sparrow on the inside of his right forearm, a picture of which can be seen here: Picture.
www.comixpedia.org /index.php?title=Jeph_Jacques   (415 words)

  
 Top Webcomics - Associated Content
The dialogue is witty and sarcastic, but the characters never lose their realism, and it's easy to feel the depth of their emotions.
The artwork is clean and easy to look at, and Jacques is improving his style all the time, not that there's anything that needs improvement.
Questionable Content is a prime example of a comic with deeply emotional and complicated storylines that still manages to squeeze a joke into nearly every panel.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/147736/top_webcomics.html   (528 words)

  
 SL Exchange - Marketplace - Questionable Content
When we find something that seems inappropriate for our esteemed service, we are quick to review the questionable content and take appropriate action.
Questionable content can be reported by contacting our support department with a brief explanation and a link to item(s).
We strongly encourage every Content Creator who feels their Intellectual Property Copyrights have been violated by a listing on SL Exchange to file a DMCA notification with us as soon as possible.
www.slexchange.com /modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=42   (631 words)

  
 Questionable Content Websites
Questionable Content: New comics every Monday through Friday
It's nice to see that the characters are well developed enough that they don't even need to be named or pictured for the reader to know who is being alluded to.
The question is, does a blogger need to be careful what they promote?
www.stumbleupon.com /tag/questionable-content   (148 words)

  
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