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[ATTACH=RIGHT]22083[/ATTACH]In an unusual take on the usual 'my smartphone is better than your smartphone' debate, a new survey has revealed that when it comes to the amount of time we spend using our handset of choice, iPhone users are the biggest addicts. So addicted, in fact, that many iPhone users cannot bear to be parted from their smartphone no matter where they are: and that includes the loo. According to digital banking provider Intelligent Environments which commissioned YouGov to undertake the research of British smartphone users last month, some 43 percent of iPhone users spend more than two hours a …

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Simple game just give a funny answer of the question in above post and then ask another question [B]Question:[/B] What do you think when you look up in the sky?

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I spent a bunch of time making a comedy short film on youtube. And the result was a really top notch video. Unfortunately, Nobody has seen it. And I haven't a clue on how to get people to see it. Any pointers?

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Well my first example of a well made video is right here:http://www.youtube.com/user/WereJustIdiots?feature=g-all-u Made by Werejustidiots on youtube,they portray funny character but in a proper manner.Make Sure you subscribe to see more examples.

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Okay, So I noticed that the joke threads are pretty old ones, and if you're like me then you like to laugh. Well, let's start a new one! (Come on, you know you want to!) ;) So, let's hear some (programming) jokes! -WolfShield

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I wanna make some kind of funny application where I write in a textbox "Hay man" then press a button the text change to "man Hay" and so on even with increasing words on the textbox So I need to know how to: 1) make VB see that this is a "space" so it can differentiate between words 2) How to make it ignore symbols like in sentence "Hay, how are you?" which suppose to be written as after pressing the button "you are how hay" Thanks for reading! -Sorry I am still a noob

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Just in the news: A Miami police officer fatally shot a naked man who refused to stop chewing on the face of another naked man — even after being shot once by the officer — on a busy downtown highway ramp. Have you read any other strange news lately?

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Hello, I'm a Freshman in college that's going to majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering. Right now I'm taking a C++ class and I'm looking to do something funny to a friend of mine. I have been searching the web for some "fake viruses" and whatnot to to play around with him for fun. I joined here in hopes of getting more help on this and other C++ questions. I found this code and I'm looking to add a little more to it. [CODE] #include <windows.h> int main() { int BlockInput; const int TIMES = 50; Beep(50, 2000); MessageBox (NULL, …

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i was working on the webpage at work, and got this error message. I read it and instantly burst out laughing. [B]Most epic error message ever[/B], hahahaha. I thought i'd share, hoping that someone else finds this as funny as i did.[ATTACH]20344[/ATTACH]

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[CODE] #include <iostream> int main() { for(int i; i<3; i++){ volatile char str[]="hello\n"; std::cout<<str<<std::endl; } return 0; } [/CODE] Why? its gives output [ICODE] 1 1 1 [/ICODE]

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Yes, it is April 1st, the day that you have to read the news with just a little more skepticism than usual as the pranksters roll out their made up stories. Some are so close to the truth that it is hard to actually tell they are gags at all, of course. The best April Fools' Day pranks to have emerged this year, in my opinion, are the ones that combine both a hint of possibility with a dash of stupidity and in so doing ensure the reader has to do a double take. Here are my IT related favourites …

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Just how much of a geek are you? Do you know who Sergey Brin is? Can you solve a Rubik's Cube, in under five minutes? Do you know the value of Pi beyond 3.14? Would you spend a small fortune to get [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4607.html"]satnav on your mobile[/URL]? Or maybe strap a large sucker to your thigh to hold your iPhone in place when sitting down in public? I did not make that last one up, honest. There really is a company which is marketing an iPhone accessory which is, essentially, just a large sucker cup attached to some velcro which straps …

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If you work in IT support you pretty much learn to expect the unexpected, but nobody could have seen some of these little gems, just [URL="http://www.pandalabs.com"]revealed[/URL] by the Panda Security tech support team, coming. For example, how about the customer who wondered if Panda antivirus software could be blowing the fuses in their house? Here is the actual support query received: “Hello: For some time now, my fuses have been blown, and until the power is restored, I am left without electricity (light, fridge and other electrical appliances). I have carried out several checks and have reached the conclusion that …

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When cornered by their wife, men sometimes say the most ridiculous things in order to wiggle out of trouble. However, blaming your iPhone for giving the impression you are having an affair has to rate as one of the best excuses ever. According to a [URL="http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=1786497"]posting[/URL] in the Apple discussion forums a lady called Susan became suspicious of her husband in the infidelity department. Looking through his stuff, she claims that she "took my husband's i-phone and found a raunchy picture of him attached to an e-mail to a woman in his sent e-mail file (a Yahoo account)." OK, well, …

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You've got to love this one. A Bangladesh government website, for the Rapid Action Battalion, was hacked last week. It was one of those hacktivism style affairs, with the home page defaced and a message left in its place. The message, in this instance, read: "GOVERNMENT DOES NOT TAKE ANY STEP FOR ICT DEVELOPMENT. BUT PASSED A LAW ABOUT ANTI-CYBER CRIME. YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT IS THE CYBER SECURITY OR HOW TO PROTECT OWNSELF. LISTEN. HACKERS R NOT CRIMINAL. THEY R 10 TIME BETTER THAN YOUR EXPERT. WE ARE GINIOUS THAN YOU CAN'T THINK. DEFACED FROM BANGLADESH." Trouble is, …

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The vibrating rabbit is back, and this time it means business. The [URL="http://www.shinyshiny.tv/2008/09/nabaztag_the_ra.html"]buzz[/URL] is that the plain vanilla rabbit is being given a makeover, with the help of some 60 different fashion designers, artists and style gurus. Personally, I have never seen the appeal of [URL="http://www.nabaztag.com/en/index.html"]Nabaztag[/URL] the vibrating WiFi rabbit that lets you know when your email has arrived and reads it to you. It can even, apparently, read books for you. I prefer doing that myself, funnily enough. I will admit to owning a [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry1904.html"]dancing plastic penguin with a linking for Linux[/URL] though. Nabaztag, which is Armenian for rabbit …

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You really could not make this up, despite the fact that the computer bugs in question are called 'crazy rasberry ants' and reported quotes from victims range from the ridiculous [URL="http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/us_and_americas/article3941545.ece"]"If you’ve seen a car racing, that’s how they are. They’re going fast, fast, fast. They’re crazy"[/URL] to the sublimely ridiculous [URL="http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/197832/houston-weve-got-a-problem-pceating-ants.html"]"You'd get 3,000 or 4,000 ants inside and they create arcs. They'll wipe out any computer."[/URL] Yet apparently it is real and the ants have invaded Houston by the billion, consuming pretty much any electronic goods that get in the way. It seems that the little critters came in …

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There was a kind of cult of C-list celebrity surrounding Adam Lyons a few years back, but only amongst teenage boys who asked him for help with cheat codes on the UK [URL="http://www.skyone.co.uk"]Sky One[/URL] TV video gamers show [URL="http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0428117/"]Gamezville[/URL]. Back then he was known simply as the Games Guru, but since leaving the show he has been [URL="http://www.attractionexplained.com/"]setting himself up as an expert player[/URL] of a different kind. I was rather bemused to get a press release detailing how Adam had turned his attention from cracking the hardest games to finding the cheat codes for picking up women. Apparently, by …

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Microsoft's patch-the-patch policy and practice has just rubbed a hole in their own breeches that they need to patch! First, the snafu over WGA (which supposedly just wants to make sure you have a legitimate copy of Windows before you are allowed to update or get other cool stuff for the OS). Now there is this thing with one of the recent patches that some know-it-all says can "put the nation's critical infrastructure at risk". What? Critical Infrastructure? Risk? Nation, for crying out loud? I guess we're now saying Microsoft is going to bring the country to its knees. I …

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