"Damn. Now you've made me want to see someone write a programming language that is all emojis. We could call it ᗧ++."
I'm sure nobody has thought of that...
I like your proposed name more, though :p
21 posts • joined 13 Jan 2017
Common users applying logic and common sense to an unexpected email with a link|attachment to an unsolicited file|URL?
That will be the day when I grant them all admin privileges.
(Edit:) Sorry, forgot to mention about the dialog box thingy, that was a good one. Nearly peed meself.
"... sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. For most people, that's what it is..."
In this last two weeks only I've been asked to do just that "Just do your magic" (translated, but sounds quite similar in spanish. And yes, you should read it in ALL CAPS!!1!) about 5 times. At work. One of them it was about some carpentry thing that was in NO WAY related to IT. But that's for another rant.
As I see it, you can't put the blame in those non-techy ones that have bought that shiny little thingy doing something they don't even know why they want it for. They do NOT know, NOR they want to know how to secure them, or even make them work if at first them don't when trying to access your secured network (and subsequentially yelling at you because "teh fscking WIFI isn't working. AGAIN!!1!").
Please, put the DefaultUserName(random) and DefaultPassword(random) at random locations in the FsckingManual(PrintedPrettyPlease).
Better leave it at this... Let's not start with the family, friends... Too many interconected thingies. Can we go back to the 80's, please? I could even come to terms with the music...
Welllll... the HDD replacing part is just the 35th step. The previous 34 ones are just to get there. And THAT part's even easier than LEGO, nowadays. You just CANNOT force-plug the connectors... Well, you can. I've seen it. Broken bits of plastic and all ("Yeah, some bits fell off... But IT FITTED! This HD IS @$#&*!")...
Aniway, your example is not exactly about a hot-swappable caddy in a server.
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