For many more, check out the previous post from the series, Pop-up Potpourri: Julialicious


Steven Reitsma must not have heard. For those who missed it: a few weeks ago, God endorsed Symantec's latest anti-popup software.

There's no word on Him endorsing MSDN, but I doubt it. Especially after MSDN sexually harassed Eric J. Bias ...

Mike came across this pop-up and wasn't quite sure if a "smart spyware shopper" is an oxymoron or plain old moron ...

It was bad enough that Three's price for Sony Ericsson K800i with a mobile plan was a bit steep, but did they really need to rub Franco Trimboli's face?

Andrew Craft wasn't quite sure what Lenovo was apologizing for or what they were thanking him for ... at least they're no Three:

Finally! A useful Tip-of-the-Day, as discovered by R. ...

Well Jasper de Lange, it coulda have been much worse. At least it wasn't Something Terrible, Something Awful, or, even, Something Dreadful.

In the last episode, we saw a picture from inside the 12th car on an 11 car train. Dan postulates that (null) is probably that car's destination stop ...

Bill was having a tough time getting Apache JMeter to work. Anyone know how to configure 1 to be less than 0?

You know you've done something reaaaaly bad when Dell, of all entities, yells at you. Thomas Nielsen sure learned his lesson ...no more swapping his hot-swappable drives ...

But hey, at least Dell wasn't as harsh as this Network Diagnostic Tool that Mike Davis was trying to use. A lesser user would have likely been brought to tears.

Quick! What button would you press if you wanted to close Smart Tools? If you answered "the X button in the upper right corner," you win. Don't worry, it took Jon a few tries, too ...

Ha! And you guys think that CAPTCHA that I put together is hard to read. At least I didn't use the one that K.C. tried to use ...

Yah, yah, yah, Russ Baker, go ahead, rub it in. There's eight innings left and we'll see who's laughing when Indians catch up in the sixth and teach your Red Sox a lesson ...

And I suppose we'll wrap it up with this screenshot from Shaun, who's IM buddy hasn't reached The End of the Internet after 136 straight years ...