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What could be more scary than a 26-year old billionaire who controls the private information of 500 million people, and thinks privacy is dead? Nothing, in our humble opinion!

Here are links to the pattern you can use to make your own Zuck o' Lantern. Just click on the image below, download the linked file, print it out on your printer and away you go. We've also included a bonus "Privacy is Dead" tombstone pattern!

You can follow the simple directions on our comic, or head on over to a more detailed tutorial here. It features our classic Ellen Feiss pumpkin, but the same principles will apply to the Zuck o' Lantern. Note: The Zuck o' Lantern is for serious, dedicated pumpkin carvers, it is a real challenge! We also have a Steve Jobs Pattern that is a little easier, if you so desire.

Privacy is Dead ZUCK!



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Here's some shots of our finished pumpkins! EEEEEK!


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The Joy of Tech is a comic about technology and pop culture, created by Nitrozac and Snaggy, and updated three times a week. We like to feature the people and events that are making today's tech news.

We've been making comics on the web since early 1999, and The Joy of Tech just celebrated its 10th anniversary. We're very proud to be featured regularily on places like AllThingsD (from the people who publish The Wall Street Journal), Macworld UK magazine, PC Live magazine, and many others, both on the web and in print.

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