kris at softdel.co.uk
Tue Nov 13 17:58:17 GMT 2007
On 13/11/2007, Chris Rowson <christopherrowson at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Kris,
> > > PEOPLE don't do it.. Its just a computer that just sits there doing
> > > it... and people click the links, get a virus, viruses uses that oc to
> > > post comments etc etc...
> > No that's what I mean - I find it hard to believe that people click on
> > the links not that spambots send it out. Mind you it shouldn't - some of
> > the things I've seen recently, like the guy in one of our departments
> > that told me his monitor had interference.
> > It was his mobile every time it searched for a network (we still have a
> > few CRTs). I told him it was CB radio interference and the next time it
> > happened to speak in a loud clear voice into the monitor to change their
> > channel. Couldn't believe it when I saw him doing it.
> ubuntu-uk at lists.ubuntu.com
Haha there are some spanners, they shouldn't be allowed anywhere near the
It's like when you see those adverts that tell you to download a free
ringtone... Staff at the company I do stuff for click those, when they
shouldn't even be browsing the internet, and end up coming up to the office
and saying "My computers got viruses and its really slow".. We're now
applying globals that prevent anything being downloaded.
... spoons. There should be general computer awareness lessons to teach
people OS independent computer skills.
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Mail: kris at softdel.net
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