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Been watching the music videos for a couple of months now.
Go through the rest of their clips, all great covers of great rock songs.
"I controlled my laughter and simple said "No,I am very busy,so I can't write any code for you". The moment they heard this all the smiling face turned into a sad looking face and one of them farted. So I had to leave the place as soon as possible." - Mr.Prakash One Fine Saturday. 24/04/2004
I think these boys need anti-seizure medication stat.
Griff, I stumbled across this one by the same mad lads after I watched the one you linkeed to: hilarious: [^]
And, it appears, when they are not in the grip of kundalini rising ecstasy, they can do lyrical: [^]
I wonder how the duo will evolve/mutate in the future.
thanks ! Bill
«When I consider my brief span of life, swallowed up in an eternity before and after, the little space I fill, and even can see, engulfed in the infinite immensity of spaces of which I am ignorant, and which know me not, I am frightened, and am astonished at being here rather than there; for there is no reason why here rather than there, now rather than then.» Blaise Pascal
As a side-thought about improving visibility for these challenges, have you thought of "pinning" the challenge at the top of each Q&A page for greater visibility? The previous suggestion was as a sidebar on various pages, maybe this is better as an interim solution... your thoughts?
We use Inno Setup[^] for all of our installers, and have for years. I estimate we have over a man-year of work in installers for our products, optional features, etc. Yesterday I discovered that the innosetup.com site is now blocked by our IS department, which uses McAfee Web Gateway to manage 'prohibited' sites. Today I received an email from one of the IS yabbos to the effect that Inno Setup was not on the approved list of applications. I was told to apply for approval, and then they would consider beginning the exception process for the web site.
What. The. F***.
My plans are to be the good little corporate drone and fill out whatever numb-nuts crap they ask, and then go right the f*** ahead and continue to use Inno Setup. It works, it's easy to use, it's for crap's sake FREE.
To paraphrase JSOP, they'll take my Inno Setup when they claw it from my cold, dead hard drive.
If I would have to set a list of approved / allowed applications, InnoSetup would be rated much higher than any McAfee product. In fact, the latter would be only on the list when I'm requested to put it there.
I can't believe some of the crap they convince corporate IT departments to buy. For example, our hard drives are encrypted using a McAfee product. Guess what happens if you have a motherboard fail, and you need to retrieve the data from the hard drive. You can't decrypt it. The data is completely unrecoverable.
(thinks quietly; just ignore the sound of gear teeth breaking off)
Nah. I don't think McAfee is competent to pull off any kind of extortion scheme. Besides, my wife and I are big fans of the old Perry Mason TV series[^], so I've learned how to counter every blackmail scheme known to man.