More Blue Screen Of Death

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief


There’s no reason for the Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) shown here AND this is one of our favourite networks in London too!!

We often get sent or pointed at BSODs but you never know – especially with the BSODs shown on large LEDs, whether they have been faked / mocked up but two of us saw this with our own eyes yesterday.

A dozen screens in the store, all connected to the same windoze PC Server we assume were affected for much of the day we believe.

… intentional misspellings can be used to promote a specific negative attribute, real or perceived, of a product or service. This is especially effective if the misspelling is done by replacing part of the word with another that has identical phonetic qualities. For example, the term “Windoze”, which emerged on Usenet in the early 1990s … is used in reference to Microsoft Windows; this alludes to criticism of its slow and unreliable performance issues

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