#10 Exporter Hell, Part 5

October 18, 2011 Chapter 01: Exporter Hell

Just to Clarify (October 18, 2011)

Coming from your neighborhood IT nerd, the mac equivalent of the BSOD is known as "kernel panic" though the "no user serviceable parts" approach Apple takes to its equipment ensures that users will have to see it or know what that is. Kernel panic comes from the UNIX environment where the "kernel" is basically the god component of the operating system. Windows also has a kernel, but since its not editable there's slightly less panic involved. Linux, also based on unix, has some similarities under the hood to MaxOS, but as I mentioned, users will never see it. Imagine buying a card and finding the hood padlocked shut, and the dealership not only refuses to sell you the key, but also informs you that if you attempt to break through the lock, it will void your warranty.

"Oh no! I slightly modified a thing I own!" Yeah.

As much as I complain, however, I should probably admit that I am typing this rant using the Safari browser because it is just such a beautiful and wondrous thing... also because most web designers are too retarded to program properly.

Tuesday (October 18, 2011)

I always thought Tuesday was the worst day of the week. Sunday kinda sucks cause it's almost Monday, but at least you're off. Monday you know you have to deal with anyway. We all know Wednesday is hump day. Tuesday is just there.

I think we can all relate to today's comic. Just yesterday I got Blue Screened in the face so I decided to take a break myself.

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