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today we reference hi-tec stuff with our puns...


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I got Algorithm

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The Code of Many Colors

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Children of the Acorn

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young people behave strangely after exposure to new-fangled technology




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The RAM Is Not Enough
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A Taste of Honeywell


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Salford sex worker ladies see the prospect of better lives after being shown a mainframe computer
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Too cute to compute😊
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(Original post by Blue_Cow)
The RAM Is Not Enough
thanks for chipping in Cow :hugs:

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Too cute to compute😊
very nice Ma'am

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Boom Radio Shack-A-Lack

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Hobbyist fe can find everyting fo computah ere innit. The Radio shackalak it a the brand new style

Wicked say it wicked jah jah no say it wild


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Phishing at Hanging Rock

Some Victorian schoolgirls receive an email offering them $104m if they contact a Nigerian phone number. Unfortunately there is no telephone service in the Outback and by the time they figure out how to build a cell tower the rock eats them. Contains soft-focus emails and confusing scenes.
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High Plains Driver

A lonesome cowboy with a flash drive offers to fix the printers in a small no-hope town ran by a computer-literate but power hungry dwarf. Unfortunately a reboot causes a short and sets fire to the town. Adult scenes involving ethernet cable and dandruff.
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(Original post by Fullofsurprises)
Phishing at Hanging Rock

Some Victorian schoolgirls receive an email offering them $104m if they contact a Nigerian phone number. Unfortunately there is no telephone service in the Outback and by the time they figure out how to build a cell tower the rock eats them. Contains soft-focus emails and confusing scenes.
https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.n...1F8921A8550F6/

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High Plains Driver

A lonesome cowboy with a flash drive offers to fix the printers in a small no-hope town ran by a computer-literate but power hungry dwarf. Unfortunately a reboot causes a short and sets fire to the town. Adult scenes involving ethernet cable and dandruff.
Head and Shoulders above the rest

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I used to sell computer parts but then I lost my drive
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Piconet at Hanging Rock

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it is 2020. some soft focus schoolgirls are on an IT picnic in the Outback. their teacher says his wireless device will be the master and theirs will be the slaves. what could possibly go wrong ?


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A piconet is a network that is created using a wireless Bluetooth connection. Some examples of piconets include 1) a cell phone and a computer, 2) a laptop and a Bluetooth-enabled digital camera, or 3) several PDAs that are connected to each other.

Piconets can include anywhere from two to eight devices. One device serves as the master device, while the rest of the devices within the network are slave devices. The master device acts as the hub, meaning the slave devices must communicate through the master device in order to communicate with each other. In most piconets, the computer serves as the master device.

The term "piconet" is derived from the words "pico," which means "very small" (technically, one trillionth), and "net," which is short for "network." Therefore, the word "piconet" literally means "very small network."
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it is 2020. some soft focus schoolgirls are on an IT picnic in the Outback. their teacher says his wireless device will be the master and theirs will be the slaves. what could possibly go wrong ?


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A piconet is a network that is created using a wireless Bluetooth connection. Some examples of piconets include 1) a cell phone and a computer, 2) a laptop and a Bluetooth-enabled digital camera, or 3) several PDAs that are connected to each other.

Piconets can include anywhere from two to eight devices. One device serves as the master device, while the rest of the devices within the network are slave devices. The master device acts as the hub, meaning the slave devices must communicate through the master device in order to communicate with each other. In most piconets, the computer serves as the master device.

The term "piconet" is derived from the words "pico," which means "very small" (technically, one trillionth), and "net," which is short for "network." Therefore, the word "piconet" literally means "very small network."
Hee hee, ta for the explain on 'Piconet', sounds yummy.
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I used to sell computer parts but then I lost my drive
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When Harry interfaced with Sally ("I want the download she's having")
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Autocompletes Now ( Char #E don't Surf )
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