Open the .zip file. Windows opens this type of file, so it should look and open like a normal folder. Take the file that's inside and drag it onto your Desktop, as you cannot install it from within the .zip file. Now drag this file from your desktop onto Chrome and it should work.
Despite all that Carl says, I cannot hate XKCD, despite how he raves and rants about its lack of originality, stupidity, and failure to take his brilliant suggestions. Some XKCD's annoy me, some make me go to xkcdexplained.com to understand, and some just are funny (to me), and maybe I am a simple enough person to be content with that level of humor. I read XKCDsucks to see the arguments and learn a bit, but it isn't often that I find myself agreeing with what is written there.
(I do find it curious there is no Ctrl-Alt-Delsucks.com.)
Good! I'm an enormous fan of xkcd. Even though I don't understand some of the science-based ones, I get really excited when I spot the Black Hat Guy. I'm not sure why, but xkcd has always had an enormous draw for me. xkcdsucks makes me giggle when I realize the amount of time someone puts into hating on a comic. Plus, I find it interesting that even though his suggestions are so brilliant, he doesn't make his own comic. Ah, well. I also love reading Quantz. There's nothing quite like watching dinosaurs argue over zombies and Batman.
Yes. Absolutely. I cannot fanthom why Carl wastes so much time writing "This comic is unoriginal. Obviously Randall copied from (source A)." in so many words every three days. Its kinda sad. I argued with him over it. He said he'd do it until Randall got better. I pointed out that he never reads the blog and is obviously not getting 'better' since Carl keeps writing the same stuff over and over.
Besides, XKCD is fun.
Quantz is great too, and I read it in large chunks, and then avoid it for a month so I can waste a whole evening on it.
He's trying to be smart and appeal to the jaded individuals who are hardline against XKCD. They get pleasure out of making XKCD forumites squeal in rage. Which is part of why I think they're all a bunch of stuck up fools.