Writing about web page http://dwlt.net/tapestry/
Oh, and in case you like Penny Arcade or any other old comic, you can subscribe to a whole load of comics through RSS feeds, how cool is that.
I had a brief conversation the other day about the merits of RSS over email. You could of course just subscribe to those comics by email and each day a new email will be sent to you with a comic strip in. However, with RSS, it pulls in the last say 20 comics when you first subscribe and then adds a new one each day.
RSS aggregators also automatically categorise your subscriptions because you have one folder for each thing you are subscribed to, so you can easily find all the comics from Dilbert or whatever. You could of course do that with email, but you'd have to manually set up a folder and a rule to filter the emails into that folder, how many people would honestly do that?
RSS also has the advantage of privacy. When you subscribe to a feed, you are just deciding effectively to tell your software to go and visit a website and grab a page of RSS. You never give out your email address