Thursday, June 28, 2007

Lamentations

The 3 saddest words in the English language?  "Come on Tim!"




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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi, Added a new value add to my blog this weekend - a news widget from www.widgetmate.com. I always wanted to show latest news for my keywords in my sidebar. It was very easy with this widget. Just a small copy paste and it was done. Great indeed.

miketually said...

Enabling "word verification for comments" will probably stop spam comments like the above, and shouldn't stop anyone else from commenting.

Anonymous said...

Alan Macnab writes....

Pardon my ignorance of things PC (Personal Computer) but I thought widgets were something which heavy industry used to produce.

Isn't the English language facinating?

miketually said...

Computers are providing us with a whole new language. My new word for yesterday was "sideloading" - transfering music, etc from a PC to a mobile phone (as opposed to downloading it directly to the phone).

Ian White, townliar.com said...

I thought a widget was in your beer can!

Anonymous said...

Alan Macnab writes...

Oh yes Ian there was a beer advert about a widget some time ago. I forgot about that one. Can't remember which brew though.

miketually said...

The original beer can widget was in John Smiths, I believe.

Anonymous said...

3 saddest words

John William's wins.

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