[News] [Rival] BSoDs in the Olympics: China Pays the Price for Selling Out - Linux

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  1. [News] [Rival] BSoDs in the Olympics: China Pays the Price for Selling Out

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    Blue Screen of Death Strikes Bird's Nest During Opening Ceremonies Torch
    Lighting

    ,----[ Quote ]
    | Well this is just perfect. At the exact moment Li Ning was rounding the lip
    | of the Bird's Nest during the amazing torch-lighting climax, someone snapped
    | this photo of our good friend the BSOD nestled amongst the Nest's steel
    | twigs. Perhaps an Opening Cermonies IT dude spit out his coffee on the
    | machines in the server room when Li took to the sky? Another question is what
    | a projection screen is doing inside the Nest at that location, but I think
    | the better question is what wasn't going on inside the Nest's roof—did you
    | see that thing during the ceremonies? Lights! Fireworks! LED screens!
    | Everything! Anyway, if only one image of this perfectness existed we'd be
    | skeptical, but thankfully, someone has grabbed more from a different angle
    | that pretty much seal the deal.
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    http://gizmodo.com/5035456/blue-scre...torch-lighting

    It's a good thing that they rejected Vista. It would have been blue all over
    the place.


    Related:

    Windows Vista kicked out of Olympics PCs

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    | Microsoft's latest version of Windows is too risky to implement for the
    | important computers managing the 2008 Olympic summer games in Beijing, said
    | the event's computer supplier and sponsor Lenovo. Â*
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    http://www.electronista.com/articles...n.olympic.pcs/
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  2. Re: [News] [Rival] BSoDs in the Olympics: China Pays the Price for Selling Out

    Roy Schestowitz wrote:

    > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE-----
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    >
    > Blue Screen of Death Strikes Bird's Nest During Opening Ceremonies Torch
    > Lighting
    >
    > ,----[ Quote ]
    > | Well this is just perfect. At the exact moment Li Ning was rounding the
    > | lip of the Bird's Nest during the amazing torch-lighting climax, someone
    > | snapped this photo of our good friend the BSOD nestled amongst the
    > | Nest's steel twigs. Perhaps an Opening Cermonies IT dude spit out his
    > | coffee on the machines in the server room when Li took to the sky?
    > | Another question is what a projection screen is doing inside the Nest at
    > | that location, but I think the better question is what wasn't going on
    > | inside the Nest's roof?did you see that thing during the ceremonies?
    > | Lights! Fireworks! LED screens! Everything! Anyway, if only one image of
    > | this perfectness existed we'd be skeptical, but thankfully, someone has
    > | grabbed more from a different angle that pretty much seal the deal.
    > `----
    >
    >

    http://gizmodo.com/5035456/blue-scre...torch-lighting

    hahahahahah!!!!!



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    Jerry McBride (jmcbride@mail-on.us)

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