We used to dream of catching an Uber....
318 posts • joined 7 Apr 2010
We used to dream of catching an Uber....
Project Management shister-speak for "Make it up as you go along"
Comms companies. They are all as bad as each other.
Maybe not in that there London, but Leeds is the largest city in Europe with no mass transport. This is potentially viable here.
This is how SkyNet started isn't it....
It seems that Nathan Barley is also creating programmes again, I'm sure I saw Ant and Dec presenting "Daily Mail Island" last night
Oh, I don't know
I mean, she's No Angel....
Yes. I did come here just for that.
it's not just some bloke in Lancashire mowing their lawn?
There are 2 types of people in the world. Those who are scared of clowns
Oh, they mean there's no proof that those calls came from THIS breech. It could have been from one of many...
Blame the developers? Has someone already exhausted blaming the network already?
Unless it was to use their mushroom cloud
What makes me think that it's a Windows 3.1 laptop with a broken floppy drive?
That the AV software was still in its wrapper. Apparently, it didn't feel right when they used it last time
Horse, battery and staples, shirley?
James and the Giant Impeach?
That's 4 years of transition, 2 years of legal discussions and 4 years of bringing back in house.
The time will fly by
So day 1, you are given a docuemnt and told to follow that. Yet it's your fault that guide is wrong?
No wonder they were told not to come back, showing what a shower the current setup is....
That many people accidently clicked the upgrade now button.
For at owning up and not trying to blame it on external forces.
Reminds me of the time I discovered a powershell feature, and scripted everyone's out of office to say "I have now left the company" in the process
a power issue in a data center not paying the bill
There, fixed that for you
Who would have thought that NHS systems would have been vunerable to a ransomware attack?
How's that XP migration project going by the way?
Send an email to faceless Ad man saying he can shove this advert up his .....
Are Jaffa Cakes biscuits?
I had "sprint" and "Did you snapshot all the servers last night? We've had an unexpected result and need to roll back" left on my card...
I think you'll find it's not "at any point"
It's at the exact point you stop paying the subscription....
Track and Field? Peasant magic
I give the 1985 classic Daley Thompson's Decathlon. Hundreds of Spectrum keybords gave their lives for the skills we have achieved
Don't worry, judging by the speed of the BT Openreach rollout north of the Gap, they'll just be able to unplug the US Robotics 33k modem to protect themselves
While I don't think the Borg are done just yet, this is clearly Dell wanting to kill off a bit of competition before raking back in some of that EMC pricetag.
Grab some popcorn, this one has a way to go yet
If the clients had a reasonable credit score, they wouldn't be using Wonga in the first place....
Also known in these parts as "Make-it-up-as-they-go-along shysters"
But nowhere near as much fun at thermo-nuclear war
"The inevitable costs of Bexit" - It's not our fault gov
Better that than the thousand Hail Mary's I got for breaking a school window during a football match
A nun scorned is a terrifying thing
Siri, when is half time?
About 3pm tomrrow
You also forgot to mention how much more black could it be. The answer is None. None more black
That there is no IT angle to this story. More's the pitty
Cases lined with razor baldes to stop the un-initiated tinkering. That must be why they were like that
It's quantum, baby...
One of the few things M$ did right, OneNote
Take photo of recipt and useful password doc with your fruit based device, add to folder. Job done
I guess that slogan won, only slightly ahead of the second favourite, "Built on a foundation of loose sand and broken promises"
Once powershelled the entire company to have an out of office saying "I have now left the company"
That was the day I leaned that with one specific get-mailbox filter, if it finds zero results, it selects all mailboxes. Thanks for that M$
Its okay, they didn't loose them, they just securely stored them.
I wonder how much it costs to keep 500,000 docuemnts for 5 years?
I think you're right. Can't remember who.
I'll just Google it
They've chosen the wrong phone to bring back. If they'd gone for the 6310, they would have cleaned up
I've probably still got a few car kits for them in the back of the comms room
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