• LCrawford (unregistered)

    Re: -27 devices; actually he forgot to secure his router so all his neighbors are attached. The router maintains this as a signed 8-bit number so really there are 229 (E5 / -27) devices attached.

  • Andrew (unregistered)

    I've upgraded to the Internet of Shit a while ago.


  • James (unregistered) in reply to Andrew

    And then there's this: http://internetisshit.org/

  • Fjodor (unregistered)

    EU Site: all well prepared for the Brexit.

  • bvs23bkv33 (unregistered)

    disaster comment!

  • Raj (unregistered)

    TRWTF is the copyright for inedo publishing that ended in 2017 on some pages and 2018 on others

  • (nodebb)

    Well, Facebook is shit, so 'fecebook' is not quite inadequate.

  • Yer (unregistered) in reply to Raj

    Who cares?

  • On-line banking login (unregistered)

    Wonderful design on that bank page. (NOT!) A link to on-line banking would have helped immensely. The login box and button like this is the very typical design today. What is not widely known is that a given bank's web site is hosted one place == and this is what is broken here. It is just a regular website. When you navigate to any kind of services or account related business, that is done by another vendor and another third-party to your bank. That is the message they are not conveying here very well.

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