__/ [ [H]omer ] on Wednesday 09 August 2006 03:49 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> MP says NHS IT should be flushed
>> ,----[ Quote ]
>> | "Currently, with most existing systems, information stays on the
>> | computer where it was originated and can't be accessed by other
>> | doctors and nurses to treat patients," it said.
>> They use _a lot_ of Microsoft technology in the NHS.
> Maybe one day in the not too distant future ......
> Dr. Watson: "Nurse, Stat!"
> Nurse: "130 over 80, he's going into shock."
> Dr. Watson: "Prep the ECD!"
> Dr. Watson: "Nurse?"
> Nurse: "It says 'This copy of Windows is not genuine. You may be a
> victim of software counterfeiting. Please call 555-PAY-2-PLAY and have
> your debit or credit card ready. Thank you for trying Microsoft
> software. Windows will now shut down.'"
> Dr. Watson: "Nurse????"
> Your life in their hands ...
> God save us from Microsoft.
How about: "you have 10 critical updates ready for download"...
"Your computer will reboot in 4:59 minutes..."
"An exception has been detected when trying to write #fffff480" (BSoD)
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