Reader Gianpaolo was wandering through Burwood shopping centre when he noticed this borked digital sign for Nokia. While it’s no BSOD, it’s good to see that Microsoft isn’t the only software company that can bring a digital display to its knees (click the image for a larger version). [Thanks Gianpaolo!]
In case you were still worried about the LHC bringing on The “electrical transformer” problem wasn’t the cause of the shutdown at all, and the real problem means the LHC won’t be back up and running for at least two months.
Today doesn’t seem to be a good day to be an Optus customer, with a broken fibre optic cable on the Gold Coast leaving their landline, mobile and internet services borked throughout Queensland and parts of NSW. The cable was broken at about 8am, although how is still not known….