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Google has announced that Chromebooks will soon be available to buy in nine more countries. The advertising company said on Monday that its eponymous key-slabs would soon be available in New Zealand, the Philippines, Norway, Denmark, Mexico, Chile, Belgium, Spain, and Italy. "Chromebooks are coming to nine more nations to …

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Jack Clark's a poet,

But he didn't know that he was one.

//dammit, harder than it looks!//

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Stay tuned for Haiku

On Containerisation

Be very afraid

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Limericks, anyone?

There once was a man called Tim Cook

Who laughed when he saw a Chromebook

"This thing is so lame

and it's really a shame

that the public just don't give a monkeys"

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Roses are red

Roses are red...

Violets are blue...

Eric Schmidt and Mark Zuckerberg...

F*ck you !

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mangy doggerel

When Chromebooks in these countries alight,

Put out the flames to set things right.

If halon’s not a choice for you,

I’d recommend the CO₂.

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We are told to compute in the cloud

and I think to myself aloud

Compute using a chromebook

I don't think so

I couldn't give a fook

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Pottery Please

This work makes the great "Poet and Tragedian of Dundee, William Topaz McGonnagle" look quite good really.

'Beautiful railway bridge of the Silvery Tay,

I am very sorry to say

That your central girders were carried away

On the very last day of eighteen hundred and seventy nine

Which will be remembered for a very long time."

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Re: Pottery Please

...On the very last day of eighteen hundred and seventy nine

Which will be remembered for a very long time."

And yet he was right, for the wrong reasons

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Meh...

Your poetry pales into insignificance compared to the masterful verse of Ye Gads, found here (about six comments down).

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The poem that was written here

Describing Google in its several spheres

Scans oddly but I'd bet

It owes a great debt

Not to Plath or to Keats but to Lear

I look forward to the day that Vulture Central transcribing all their stories into verse. Especially the ones full of acronyms and about storage. That will call for some serious rhyming dictionary antics.

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Arrrgh

Vogon poetry :-)

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More o Topaz

On yonder shelf their stood a chrome book,

It must have gone it's no their noo !

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