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  1. David Egloff says:

    I too remember the “I have a plan” cartoon from the New Yorker. Peter Wangersky had it pinned up in his office at Yale. Got me through graduate school (Yale MS ’59, Stanford PhD 1966) too. You said in your post it was your version. Do you know the name of the cartoonist? Browman? If so, I’ve having no luck tracing him or an original version of the cartoon. Any hints would be helpful. Thanks

  2. Ali Kelley says:

    Hi Jean,

    My name is Ali and I am the outreach coordinator at Memory Keeper Project (MKP), an organization that gives seniors a voice through video, photo and written narrative.
    We would love your help in reaching our audience, seniors with stories to tell. Our mission is to give The Greatest Generation an opportunity to record their stories for generations to come.

    Please let me know if you’re interested in participating, and I would be happy to provide more information on how MKP works. I’d love to hear your thoughts!

    Thanks!
    Ali

  3. Jessica Burke says:

    Good Afternoon!

    I’m help with copyright research for an independent publisher. She is writing a book about customer service and would like to use one of your comics in the book. How can we obtain the correct publishing permission? The comic in question is the “No Complaining” sign and the caption reads “Deprived of her favorite means of expression, Kathy was speechless – much to the relief of her coworkers.”

    Thank you for your time and Happy Holidays!

    Jessica Burke

    • Jean says:

      Could you tell me more about the book? The comic has a Creative Commons license, http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/

      That version of the license says non-commercial. I don’t mind you using it as long as other people can still use it under the CC license. I suppose the attribution should be Jean Browman/cheerfulmonk.com

    • Jessica Burke says:

      Of course! The book is by an Independent Author, Jean Steel. She is writing her second book, this one about customer service as it relates to the medical profession. I would be happy to have her email you in person, if you would like!

      Happy Holidays,

      Jessica Burke

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