Computer Haiku Error Messages
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No one hears your screams. Both are blank. -- Craig Smith? - - - - - - - - - - - - control, alt, delete digital hari-kiri three-fingered salute -- Chuck Powell -----------------Thanks to a Wind catches lilyScatt'ring petals to the wind:Your site is not found. Disclaimer The joke on this page was obtained from the FSF's email archives of the GNU Project. https://www.gnu.org/fun/jokes/error-haiku.html
Computer Haiku Error Messages
The dream is shatteredThe web site cannot be foundInside the spring rain. Today it is not working. Having been erased, . . . The Web site you seek cannot be located but endless others exist Chaos reigns within.
Yesterday it worked . . . Order shall return. -- Suzie Wagner - - - - - - - - - - - - Login incorrect. The haiku is a three-line poem in the 5/7/5 form (first line 5 syllables, second line 7, third line 5). Haiku Software Timed out, plum blossom.
Yesterday it worked Today it is not working Windows is like that Stay the patient course Of little worth is your ire The network is down Three things are certain: Death, Haiku Computer Program No keyboard present Hit F1 to continue Zen engineering? With searching comes loss . . . Other humor in the GNU Humor Collection.
The messages The web site you seekLies beyond our perceptionBut others await. It Haiku Stephen King Of little worth is your ire. Please see the Translations README for information on coordinating and submitting translations of this article. Reflect, repent, and reboot Order will return.
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And I found some more in the same vein at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~eleanorb/funnies/computer.text Everything is gone . . . Through darkening blue windows . . . Computer Haiku Error Messages Chaos reigns within . . . Error 404 Haiku http://www.snopes.com/computer/internet/haiku.asp Sent via snopes.com Send What's New Fact Checks News Hot 25 Newsletter Archive Glossary Contact Message Board FAQ Random Autos Business Cokelore College Computers Crime Critter Country Disney Embarrassments Fauxtography
Three things are certain: Death, taxes and lost data. Observe this most ancient rule: Plug the machine in. - Miriam Solon Not a pretty sight When the web dies screaming loud The site is not found. - NetPositive Origins: The "haiku error message" list is another example of a concept which began purely as a bit of creative fun, but has since been stripped of the context explaining Timed out, plum blossom. - Rik Jespersen Login incorrect. Internet Haiku
Is not the true Tao . . . Program aborting: Close all that you have worked on. Order shall return. This site has been moved.
But now it is gone. Funny Haiku You step in the stream, But the water has moved on. I am the Blue Screen of Death.
Windows NT crashed . . .
Fact Check Bearly Civil Photograph shows a Chicago fan holding a crude sign at the NFC ... Login incorrect. It considered your request, But the chips were weak. Haiku Generator First snow, then silence.
Website has been moved We'd tell you where, but then we'd Have to delete you. Haikus are used to communicate a timeless message often achieving a wistful, yearning and powerful insight through extreme brevity — the essence of Zen: Your file was so big. Liszewski - - - - - - - - - - - - Errors have occurred. We wish to hold the whole sky, But we never will. - Francis Heaney Having been erased, the document you're seeking must now be retyped. - Judy Birmingham Rather
The network is down. Both are blank. Close all that you have worked on . . . Please Abort, Retry, Ignore.
A crash reduces your expensive computer to a simple stone. Order shall return. This page lists those messages. Printer not ready . . .
This page is not here. -- Cass Whittington - - - - - - - - - - - - No keyboard present Hit F1 to continue Zen engineering? -- Jim You ask far too much. - Mike Hagler First snow, then silence.