For once, the chicken agents take on a worthy goal, casually revealing that ducks are not the Earth's greatest nuisance after all.
Inspired by Jaron Lanier's book "You Are Not a Gadget" (http://www.jaronlanier.com/gadgetcurrency.html), a very worthy read.
Let us just hope that will never be a cartoon as tediously long as this one.
The chicks zero in on an essential quality of blogging and hacking success: insistence.
The chick and the farmer identify the industry that could save the American economy - it's not IT, it's not healthcare, it's food production.
New media haven't changed it: it is still easy to have an uninterrupted supply of rubbish entertainment, but having a steady flow of good stuff (whether that's server uptime or web revenue) is still as hard as ever.
Cool Chick reminds Le Coq au Vin that self-esteem is not the main ingredient of blogger success.
The chicks find yet another parallel between lives of farm chickens and the world of social media.
Upon inspecting recent evidence, ducks raise well-grounded concerns about the quick wit of their competitors.
I have been off Facebook for three days (thanks to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park). And what did I miss? Not a damn thing.