There are often many solutions to the same problem. Men and women don't necessarily see the same solutions, particularly to household chore-type...
Author - Tom Sloan
Is your Apple Watch buggy?
Numbers can mean anything you want. Tom Sloan, of BYTE and Dr. Hydrogen fame, weighs in.
QR codes in 3D, too!
In the US Presidential Elections 2016, expect to see some very strange numbers.
It's tricky to think outside the box but still follow the rules of the game.
This is how Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak began Apple on April 1, 1976. Kinda.
Going on a mission to Mars? Make sure your cartoon is appropriately prepared.
Ever wanted to murder the TV remote? Here's Tom Sloan on why watching TV can be impossible.
Some shades of grey are not what you might expect.
The man and woman kit -- is it evolution or creationism?
This is proof that light goes straight but sound waves don't.
aNewDomain — Riddle me this Batman … what is the most obvious answer? The most obvious answer is often the most obvious...
aNewDomain — Technology what’s it good for on Snow Day? For aNewDomain.net, I’m Tom Sloan.
Sell your scrap metal and other things, too. Tom Sloan cartoon.
aNewDomain — The many forms of Connect the Dots. For aNewDomain.net, I’m Tom Sloan.
Got a horrible boss? Here's how to get rid of a horrible boss. Tom Sloan draws a plan.
Santa Claus, a spy? Sure looks that way.
aNewDomain.net — Will the real Santa please step forward?
What is the greatest invention? It's pretty clear. At least Tom Sloan thinks it's pretty clear. What goes around comes around, right? Check it out.
aNewDomain — When it snows, it’s a white out.
Do you need instructions to follow the directions?
Thanksgiving is not just one day anymore. It's become a series of shopping days. Here's cartoonist Tom Sloan on Black Friday and Son of Black Friday...
Losing something can be annoying, even maddening. Here's a strip by Tom Sloan on losing something a bit larger than, say, your glasses.
Tom Sloan takes a whack at swear words and the evolution of dirty language.
Always check the factory warnings on any new product you buy. You might learn something. And not kill yourself in the process.
Computers sure use a lot of memory today. Remember when a byte was a revolution? How the times have changed. Tom Sloan's History of Memory cartoon...
The U.S is full of immigrants with hard-won professions. And yet their jobs here can be, well, simple. Check the cartoon by Tom Sloan.
So, what are we in for when Google comes out with self-driving cars? I don’t know. But I wonder if they'll be programmed to drive like real humans.
aNewDomain — There are a lot of famous adages and phrases out there that all say the same thing. What was it that Dorothy said? Something like:...
In the latest Tom Sloan cartoon, Tom says you can you get rich quick -- by selling fleas.
In the latest Tom Sloan cartoon, Tom ponders what do we buy when there are no more light bulbs?
Historically speaking, falls are not fun but they happen. Think of King Kong, or the Roman Empire. Tom Sloan's cartoon on flying and falling.
Numbers don't lie, people do. See how eight 8's can add up to 1,000, and check out more number games from cartoonist Tom Sloan.
Remember when gold was $1,800 an ounce? The consequences of imbalanced supply and demand can sometimes be beyond the expected. Tom Sloan muses.
Inventions often need a complementary invention to work perfectly. Tom Sloan wonders what you could pack into a two-car garage, especially when it...
Are we overregulated in regards to needing certifications? If so, do you have your PhD?
People break laws all the time. Besides some natural laws that are immutable like the law of gravity, there's Moore's Law which to date has not been...
Installing a photovoltaic solar panel may bring up unexpected problems. Here's Tom Sloan on why solar panels may not work.
Newspapers are not the only things that are becoming obsolete. Tom Sloan on old tech.
Everybody loves the smell of a brand new car. Tom Sloan wonders: Is there a new computer smell, too?
Hidden treasure: It's important to have the proper perspective. Tom Sloan on some famous, smart and lucky finds.
Everybody deserves an Academy Award -- even the filmmakers behind the camera. Tom Sloan's take on tech and film.
Fruit for your hair. There are so many fruit-flavored shampoos. The strong fruity scent might make you hungry.
Was the old value of pi wrong? What if it's recalculated and found to be different? Tom Sloan muses.
Watch out Mr. Smartphone. You, too, will represent obsolete technology one day.
Familiar sight at home or a friend's? Cartoonist Tom Sloan takes a look at how kids perceive fun as opposed to a grown-up.
How much money is it possible to win in a lottery? Could you win more money than there is in the world?
Tom Sloan wants to know: Is a picture worth a thousand words? According to that old saying in tech speak, it probably is.
Why are there so many bad commercials? Or is it just me? Maybe they are all great but I'm the only one who thinks otherwise.
Be careful if you fall through the ice. The consequences might be unexpected. Tom Sloan's continuing coverage of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
Is that how Olympians fly? aNewDomain cartoonist Tom Sloan takes a tip from Marty McFly from the movie "Back to the Future II." And Dr. Hydrogen...
Tom Sloan wants to know: Who uses film anymore? Check out Tom Sloan's cartoon series celebrating the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics right here.
What do Olympians do after they retire from their sport? With experience in curling, there are many options. Our Tom Sloan's cartoon series...
Cartoonist Tom Sloan takes a trip back to the future to get the deal before it expires.
Not from the planet Krypton, the strongest thing here on earth is a carbon nanotube -- a cylinder made out of carbon where the walls are only one...
Does an app a valuable phone make? Tom Sloan says yes if it's got Flappy Birds.
Many innovative products were invented by two inventors. For example, it took a pair of Steves to give us the Apple computer.
Tom Sloan on the trials of trying to teach someone how to use a computer.
Today we celebrate the Beatles 50th anniversary -- the band hit U.S. shores on Feb. 7, 1964. But were the Beatles geeks? Meet the Geekles!
Speech recognition is here. You utter a voice command. You shout at it. And it does your bidding. Ask Dr. Hydrogen. it's the latest Tom Sloan cartoon...
Facebook is 10 years old on February 4, 2014. How big is it? Convert its virtual pages to actual pages and those into a book -- and it would be a...
Tom Sloan cartoon: Dr. Hydrogen has a new online friend. Who is LIZ69? And why does she have a poster of Monty Python hanging in her parlour?
Humans have opposable thumbs and spellcheck. Cartoonist Tom Sloan on spelling it right.