Joke: Are Computers Male or Female?

This one is a classic and is bound to make you crack up. It's the age old question really - "If Computers had a gender, would they be male or female?". Here are some answers from the net, based on 'some' logic.

Five Reasons to Believe Computers Are Male: 

1. They have a lot of data but are still clueless.
2. A better models right around the corner.
3. They look attractive - until you take them home.
4. Big power surges knock them out for the rest of the night.
5. In order to get their attention, you have to turn them on.

Five Reasons to Believe Computers Are Female:
1. No one but their creator understands their internal logic.
2. Even the smallest mistakes are immediately committed to memory.
3. The native language used to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to anyone else.
4. The message "bad command or file name" is about as informative as, "If you don't know what is wrong, then I'm not going to tell you."
5. As soon as you make a commitment to one, you find yourself spending half your paycheck on accessories for it.

What's your take? Drop your imaginative comments :) 

97 Things you don't want your System Administrator to say

This just came in by e-mail. An interesting read and share.

  1. Uh-oh.....
  2. Shit!!
  3. What the hell!?
  4. Go get your backup tape. (You do have a backup tape?)
  5. That's SOOOOO bizarre.
  6. Wow!! Look at this.....
  7. Hey!! The suns don't do this.

How Not To Pack and Ship a Plasma/LCD HDTV

Definitely not the right way to ship a LCD/Plasma HDTV.

Broken Plasma TV
Who hires such idiots, Aye? [Via Methodshop]


Top 15 signs that you are Geek

Don't know if you are geek? Here are the absolute 15 signs that  that can 'confirm' it for you.

  1. You try to "ping" people to see if they are awake.
  2. You wonder if Matrix is real.
  3. Instead of calling your home to say you are late, you send an e-mail.
  4. You talk more about routers and your latest php code that transliterates python into ruby instead of the weather or the news.
  5. When filling your home address in application forms you fill your IP address
  6. When asked where you live, you tell them it's easier to catch me on Yahoo, MSN etc. Messenger
  7. When you meet people at parties you ask "Do you have a blog, profile?". "Are you on orkut?".
  8. You live a lot on more Second Life than the first life.
  9. You prefer cybersex to real sex anytime. It's more interactive you reckon.
  10. You crack geek jokes and geek quotes at the drop of a packet.
  11. You have all of Think Geek's shirts in your wardrobe including the one that says "geek".
  12. You are subscribed to more RSS feeds than the number of people in your colony.
  13. You spend more time on Digging stories at Digg than you do sleeping.
  14. You prefer "Murphy's Law" instead of the Bible to show you the way.
  15. Lastly you know you are geek, when you are reading this list!

Want to add more to the list? Drop a comment.

Microsoft oPhone: Oh Oh Oh

 Here's Microsoft's answer to Apple iPhone; the oPhone. Oh god, we are chuckling at Microsoft's sense of humor!


PS: As per as our tipper, Rishi this video was shown at iMix 07 a Microsoft conference in Las Vegas. Anyone can confirm this?

U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-7 Shuttlecar

We have featured quite a few real-life geeky cars on in the past - the Pacman car, the DeLorean and even the Star Trek concept car from Nissan but, this is the first time we got a snap of a shuttlecraft on the roads; not just any shuttlecraft - the U.S.S. Enterprise Shuttlecraft car. Thanks Fling.
uss enterprise shuttle craft car
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