Brad P had a difficult time solving this limo company's (UPDATE: now fixed) CAPTCHA. I wonder if they've ever considered why no one is emailing them...


"While cleaning a customer's computer, I noticed that that disk space to use for temporary internet files was set to 0," writes David Templeton, "this is the error message when I tried setting it to 200MB."


Attention: be error'd!

(from Michael McKechnie, as seen in a SIM card editor software install)


It's up... it's down... it's up... it's down. I'm with ya, John Edwards, who can keep up with these fluctuating memory prices!


On second thought, James should have probably picked the second option.


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