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                      Subject:                              Time:  3:20 PM
  OFFICE MEMO         FWD> Haiku help messages              Date:  2/23/98

I think you will dig these...

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Date: 2/23/98 3:22 pm
From: Imogene Bell
>Three things are certain:
>Death, taxes, and lost data.
>Guess which has occurred.
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>Everything is gone;
>Your life's work has been destroyed.
>Squeeze trigger (yes/no)?
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>Windows NT crashed.
>I am the Blue Screen of Death.
>No one hears your screams.
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>Seeing my great fault
>Through darkening blue windows
>I begin again.
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>The code was willing,
>It considered your request,
>But the chips were weak.
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>Printer not ready.
>Could be a fatal error.
>Have a pen handy?
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>A file that big?
>It might be very useful.
>But now it is gone.
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>Errors have occurred.
>We won't tell you where or why.
>Lazy programmers.
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>Server's poor response
>Not quick enough for browser.
>Timed out, plum blossom.
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>Chaos reigns within.
>Reflect, repent, and reboot.
>Order shall return.
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>Login incorrect.
>Only perfect spellers may
>enter this system.
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>This site has been moved.
>We'd tell you where, but then we'd
>have to delete you.
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>wind catches lily
>scatt'ring petals to the wind:
>segmentation fault
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>ABORTED effort:
>Close all that you have.
>You ask way too much.
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>First snow, then silence.
>This thousand dollar screen dies
>so beautifully.
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>With searching comes loss
>and the presence of absence:
>"My Novel" not found.
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>The Tao that is seen
>Is not the true Tao, until
>You bring fresh toner.
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>The Web site you seek
>cannot be located but
>endless others exist.
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>Stay the patient course
>Of little worth is your ire
>The network is down.
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>A crash reduces
>your expensive computer
>to a simple stone.
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>There is a chasm
>of carbon and silicon
>the software can't bridge.
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>Yesterday it worked
>Today it is not working
>Windows is like that.
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>To have no errors
>Would be life without meaning
>No struggle, no joy.
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>You step in the stream,
>but the water has moved on.
>This page is not here.
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>No keyboard present.
>Hit F1 to continue.
>Zen engineering?
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>Hal, open the file.
>Hal, open the damn file, Hal
>open the, please Hal.
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>Out of memory.
>We wish to hold the whole sky,
>But we never will.
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>Having been erased,
>The document you're seeking
>Must now be retyped.
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>The ten thousand things
>How long do any persist?
>Netscape, too, has gone.
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>Rather than a beep
>Or a rude error message,
>These words: "File not found."
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>Serious error.
>All shortcuts have disappeared
>Screen. Mind. Both are blank.