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Friday IT Fun: Software Patches Won't Cover Missing Eye

I accidentally placed two pirate-related items to bookend this IT Fun, so I'm calling it our pirate edition. If you've found something you think other IT pros will appreciate, send an e-mail to [email protected] so we can include it in next week's edition. Also, keep up with us all week long on Twitter.

  • 6 Hilarious Ways Designers Screw With Pirates (Cracked) – The number one problem should be stupid viral music videos that get stuck in your head for weeks. It's taken six months of rehab just to forget Double Rainbow

  • HP Unveils Non-Computer (The Onion) - And it comes with the great feature of not finding any drivers for your HP printer.
  • How To Fix any Computer (The Oatmeal) – It's fun to make fun of Linux guys… Even though they are usually smarter than the rest of us.

  • Jack Sparrow (YouTube) – Well, if the world does end this weekend, I'm OK with this being the last song stuck in my head (NSFW: language).  

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