Jun 27, 2002
Although we’re somewhat loathe to admit it, there does seem to be the occasional benefit to a Worm – one of those pain in the arse self-replicating email things that steal Outlook address books and such and send out malicious code to all of your friends.
A friend of ours, Jenny Lancashire (name and gender changed for legal reasons), recently discovered that her PC (not a Mac, obviously) was infected with a worm. However, it was …
Jun 24, 2002
I’m puzzled by the underlying logic used by the British department store Debenhams in its shopping website, http://www.debenhams.com/. While searching their catalogue, for a decanter and glasses as a potentially ideal house-warming present for my sister, I typed in the word “jug” and hit the search button. But, rather than a listing of pouring vessels I was confronted with some rather naughty-sounding bras, among them the “Wicked” bra, the “Shame on you” bra, and the …
Jun 17, 2002
Have you heard of stable bonded oxygen molecules? No? Neither had we until an associate showed us an advert for Aerobic Oxygen.
Apparently, this wonderful stuff can treat multiple sclerosis, asthma, malaria, Parkinson’s disease, cancers, ME, flu, eczema and many other disorders. So claim the manufacturers in their marketing spiel.
The molecules in Aerobic Oxygen ‘will not release themselves until the body has need for them, therefore they travel through the body in a stable form.’ Aside …
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