For many, many more, check out the previous article from the series, Pop-up Potpourri: Perpetually in Beta.


I was completely blown away by the insightfulness of this quote that Tim O'Keefe came across ...

 

Trust me. This next one is much funnier for us than it is for Mike Ohlsen; he gets to see this dialog ever single time he opens up Harvest source control ...

 

Don't worry Jordi Ortiz, I'm sure the Dublin Airport takes more care of their other software ...

 

Mark VanTassel discovered that all Office Depot stores have been wiped off the planet. Though, apparently they're trying to rebuild them as fast as they can ...

 

From Keith Procter, someone might want to let General Motors know that the reason they call it H2O is because there's two H's and one O (see it live)...

 

Given the overall quality of a product that Mathieu Lalonde's company uses, it's not to surprising that they didn't spend much on translation ...

 

Hmmm ... maybe it was the same guy who translated this manual that came with hardware that Alistair Higson purchased (see full image) ...

 

I've heard of people who send themselves flowers for a self-esteem boost ... but I have to agree with Dave Oranchak on this one ... having to buy sympathy flowers for yourself post-mortem is extra sad ...

 

Andrew Savikas was all excited to see a free rental car upgrade ... to bad he wasn't traveling to "undefined" though ...

 

From Libin Thomas, I guess this is the Netscape equivalent of the warning label on peanuts: "May include peanuts" ...

 

Good News Everyone! I found a great deal for you all: for only $5.00, you can save $2.00!

 

Unfortunately, the fact that Rob Poyntz's great-great-grandmother looked into buying a Dell at the turn of last century didn't really convince him to buy one. It was nice of them to follow up with a snail-mail letter, though ..

 

Say what you will about Mac PowerBooks spontaneously bursting into flames, but after looking at John's process monitor, I gotta give Mac's some props for giving it more than 110% ...

 

So who want's to guess what really happened when Eugene Kaganovich clicked Yes ...

 

Eric Golpe appreciated Washington state's new public education program: teaching the English alphabet to drivers along the I-5 ...-

 

Aw heck, and while we're on the subject of driving, John Lenz discovered one of the few intersections in the United States where a "rolling stop" is actually required ...

 

And I thought my bank's weekly maintenance window was inconvenient... I hope Russ was able to do everything he needed to before his bank went down ...