The only time I remember seeing something like this was when I was setting up a disk array and the drives were still initializing (or were not yet configured). This? This is not good. My thoughts go out to you and your colon… via: [Reddit\TechSupportGore]
Thanks to Michael and Marco via Google+ for this. 11:11:13 Initializing Partyscript 11:11:43 Loading Enhanced Alcohol Destruction Module (EADM) 11:11:49 Enhanced Alcohol Destruction Module loaded 11:11:50 Activating Visual Female Scan Device (Eye) 11:11:51 Visual Female Scan Device activated 11:11:52 Starting Shake and Dance Routine (SSDR) 11:11:59 Shake and Dance Routine started 11:12:03 All Done – […]
Some of our readers might not be old enough to remember the terrible plight of the floppy-based installations for “large” programs back in the 90’s. Rather than tell you all of how bad it was, here is a video that accurately depicts the frustration of installing something like Windows 95 or Office 97… Come to […]
Brazilian illustrator Felipe Luchi created some astounding artwork for Go Outside Magazine (ironically, I’ve never heard of this until now, mental note: come up with ‘Stay Inside’ Magazine…). These pics show an iPhone and Mouse as a prison – so true. Beautiful and appropriate illustrations for our generation. via: [Filipe Luchi and Go Outside Magazine]
Republished with permission from The Daily WTF: “You would never use a 150TB drive” – future me Granted, this was a buggy disk consumption report, but…I’m not wrong! via: [The Daily WTF]
Got this today trying to fix RemoteScan for a user. Yup, that’d be an ‘er for sure. This must have been immediately following the Redneck SP2 install? Thanks go to Steve, the guy who always hits ‘F7′ to spell check, no matter where he is.
Here’s a video (and a linked story) for a space shooter created in 1961 on a PDP-1. Don’t get your hopes up to play Spacewar! on it’s original home, as only 3 PDP-1’s are known to exist at this time. However, if you make it down to the Computer History Museum, you can watch someone […]