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Rosenberg's first cartoon, Laid Off: A Day in the Life, humorously deals with frustration, despair, and boredom of an unemployed man in his 30s, a situation shared by many in the Silicon Valley after the dot com crash. His cartoon character was picked up for development at Comedy Central for a half-hour television show but was shelved.
His book, The Odd Todd Handbook was published in 2003 by Warner Books. Paramount Pictures purchased "Odd Todd" as a live-action movie in 2005.
He has been working as a freelance animator. Odd Todd animation has been featured on ABC World News, National Geographic, America's Test Kitchen and Time.com.