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Computer Terms


A. The average IQ needed to understand a P.C. state - of - the - art computer you can't afford.

Q. Obsolete? 

A. Any computer you own.

Q. Microsecond?

A. The time it takes for your State - of - the - art computer to become obsolete.

Q. Syntax Error 

A.  "Hello, I want to buy a computer and money is no object.

Q. GUI (pronounced "gooey")?

A. What your computer becomes after spilling your coffee on it.

Q. Computer Chip?

A. Any starchy food stuff consumed in mass quantities while programming.

Q. Keyboard? 

A. The standard way to generate computer errors.

Q. Hard Drive?

A. The sales technique employed by most computer salesmen.

Q. Portable Computer?

A.  A device invented to force business men to work at home, on vacation and on business trips.

Q.  Disk  Crash?

 A.  A typical computer response to any critical deadline.

Q. Power User?

A.  Anyone who can format a disk from a DOS System.

Q. Update?

 A. A quick method of trashing ALL of your current software.

Tough Gaming

"When the gaming gets tough, bring out the cheat codes."


Q: What is a computer virus?

A: A terminal illness.

Good Coding

Q: What's the difference between good and bad computer code?

A: No comment.

Dat Ass

I named my hard drive "dat ass" so once a month my computer asks if I want to "back dat ass up."