For many, many more, check out the previous article from the series, Pop-up Potpourri: You Can Quote Me On That


I can't say that Tor was really surprised when the Help button responded with a "no help topic associated with this item" ...

 

Despite such an efficient kick return game, Southern Mississippi was still crushed 34-7 ...

 

Igal Tabachnik seems to have misplaced a "full explanation" - anyone, full explanation? It's got a lot of words and talks time? No, ok ...

 

No, this next one isn't really computer related ... but Ben did appreciate the new definition of "fully-assembled" for this product at Target ...

 

Wow, talk about an easy to understand EULA(from Aaron) ...

 

Martyn acknowledges that most don't get all our TODO's finished before release. But I have a feeling that this one probably should have been done ...

 

G. wasn't quite sure what the nVidia Control Panel was trying to tell him ...

 

It was pretty clear to Justin what some one on his campus was trying to say. Now if only he could find where this roommate was and if she was cute ...

 

Jason was pretty pleased that UPS was able to ship his order back in time. Next step: sending it to his address instead of some place in Virginia ...

 

Daniel Holgate just assumed that his insurance company could find a better way to identify invalid VIN numbers than by putting this on their insurance renewal notices ...

 

I know you have to cover all your bases with Employment law and all, but I have a feeling that the yet-to-be-born would not sue for discrimination because they were unable to apply for jobs at Government Communications HQ. (from Piers Kittel, it's a live one!)

 

I don't about you, but I think those green underline advertisements are great service to me, the reader. And K.S. agrees. To think, this whole time, K's been avoiding toxins as if they were toxic or something ...

 

Bill Rensmith, we're all happy that your credit line was increased. Now just don't go spend it all in one place ...

 

Erik was surprised that this Fallout dialog did not include a button with the following: "An error?!?! Heck yeah I want one. Come on, gimme, gimmie!"

 

Ben wasn't quite sure whether to put in "Yes, this was my best internet connection ever!" or, "No, I got a few too many pop-ups this time." Thankfully, he was able to do both ...

 

This Happy Meal promotion didn't last for too long. Jeffery A. Dronsella thinks it had something to do with kids preferring Power Ranges and Polly Pockets over dial-up access or something ...

 

Some of us prefer the phrase "redo." Paul's terminal emulater prefers a different phrase ...

 

I'll wrap up with Derek, who admits, it did feel a little NaN outside ...  better get your FILE_NOT_FOUND on ...