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There is some really quite exciting news today for those of you who've spent years wondering just how you could justifiably buy photographs of butt-naked London tech entrepreneurs: check out the forthcoming Nude Tech 2010 calendar, featuring 24 disrobed IT movers and shakers, and all in aid of charity. The calendar goes on …

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IT Crowd ?

Sure I won't be the only - or even the first - to point out that he's obviously seen the episode from the last series which see's Roy doing the photography of Moss' friends......who's a naughty scientist then ??

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I wonder...

I wonder if they'll have anyone inside a secure server rack (caged type). Kinda kinky.

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The IT Crowd...

Definitely agree with Kevin there, someone is an IT Crowd fan! Better cause than the Boss-Eyedness too I think...?

Bonus points if you can spot El Reg in that episode, too. Caught it on the repeat on E4/More4 earlier in the week.

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@AC (Anonymous Coward)

Fully chilled, I hope.

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@ adaytay

Hmm, on a cursory re-watch of that episode I failed to spot El Reg. Whereabouts exactly?

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@adaytay

If I remember rightly, I spotted it. Wasn't there an El Reg sticker on the shelves behind Moss' desk? Or was that a different episode?

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Not another one...

>Cambridge uni English student Milo Yiannopoulos, who thought up the idea

How exactly did he thunk up the idea, after seeing "Calendar Girls" or the mountain of other exactly the same original idea rip-offs?

This might have been fresh and innovative when the WI did it years ago, and for all I know that might have also been plagiarism, but it's rather pathetic nowadays.

I don't see this fascination with seeing bits of flesh of unkown people simply because they work in IT or whatever. Of all the IT females that I've worked with I've seen enough of the flesh of those that interested me with the exception of one, which I'm working on, and it's much better than looking at picture.

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MY EYES! MY EYES!

n/t

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Playmobil reconstruction...

Playmobil reconstruction or it never happened!

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All good, for good causes...

I just have a hard time accecpting that a nuclear power needs so much foreign aid for basic living conditions...

Maybe stop building nukes and spend the money on the basics first?

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@Jason

I'm sure it was that one or it might have been the one before that. The vulture masthead was on a shelf I think.

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I earnestly hope and pray

that they don't cast their net amongst my male colleagues when looking for models. I love my brave boys dearly, but the thought of any of them naked makes me go wobbly and not in a good way.

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Girls in IT

Nothing like saying 'IT is great for girls' by hving them take their kit off. So we'll all respect them even more, yes? Given the preponderance of men, there should be 11 chaps and one chap-ese. I know of only one geek (male) who would strip to advantage. The rest --please god no.

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Gah!

So. Much. Fat. :)

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They Have Some Intense Competition

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/robertreich1.html

Hot stuff...

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These people are getting naked

Be afraid.

Be very afraid.

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El Reg vulture logo in IT Crowd

Found it! In "Calendar Geeks", 13:52, on the shelf by the door just as Moss re-enters after his "holiday" which nobody noticed.

http://www.filecore.net/mince/it_crowd_reg.jpg

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What are they thinking...

showing short clips of people taking their clothes off followed by kids, this is SICK!!!!

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Would I be the only one..

...covering up my modesty sadly needing only a netbook? Sideways?

Mine's the one with the Asus 701 in the pocket...*

(*Coincidentally, at the moment, literally!)

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Poverty due to insufficient government.

"I just have a hard time accecpting that a nuclear power needs so much foreign aid for basic living conditions..."

There are quite a few countries that have poverty problems not because there's not enough money to go around, but because the Government is unable or unwilling to support the poor effectively. That tends to be more corrupt banana republics and states with oil riches, though

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I won't be buying it.

Damn what a bunch of egocentric tossers craving attention.

Anyone else read that advert as some work in London while reselling cheap labour from underdeveloped countries?

No thanks.

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