Computers, geek-dom, and technology are great sources of funny stories and jokes. Remember the time before computers? Me neither. If you are young enough, they've been around your whole life. If your old enough, your memory is not as good as it used to be.
Yes, you've been surfing the net for years, and have finally accomplished it. You've reached the last page, the end of the internet.
Dear Tech Support: Last year I upgraded from Girlfriend 7.0 to
Wife 1.0 and noticed that the new program began unexpected child processing that took up a lot of space and valuable resources.
If a packet hits a pocket on a socket on a port, and the bus is interrupted at a very last resort, and the access of the memory makes your floppy disk . . . crash?
New Spell CheckerI have a spelling checker It came with my PC. It plane lee marks four my revue Miss steaks aye can knot see
Speaking of your memory, do you remember all the preparation for the Millennium Bug and the great computer meltdown, as the century rolled over, at midnight, December 31, 1999?; Do you remember the great scare that all computers worldwide would just shut down? What really happened at the turn of the century on that fateful night?
Well, actually, it's not really a "Chia Pet". It's more of a, well, sort of, a, well, what is it?
Comparing the computer industry with the auto industry: "If GM had kept up with the technology like the computer industry has, we would all be driving $25.00 cars that got 1,000 miles to the gallon."
You rely on your mouse. You use it for all your surfing, click, click, double-click . . . And then you have no mouse.
"They say one of a baby's first non-verbal forms communication is pointing. Clicking must be somewhere just after that."
Do you understand your computer? Have you ever wondered why you need a CPU, a Central Processing Unit? And why is a Backup System so critical?
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