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Google+ blitzed early adopters of the social networking service with spammy notifications over the weekend following a technical glitch. The Chocolate Factory said the problem was due to the service having run out of disk space. The spam messages carried some of the hallmarks of those generated by dodgy apps of the type that …
Social network site admits to technical failure, opens line of dialogue, states problem, and apologises?
what the hell is that? Take me back to the goodold days where shit would just randomly stop working and start working with no transparency from the provider at all. I mean, ffuuu, if they carry on down this route of conversing with users, who knows where we'll end up?
Are they disks or discs?
You seem to have a rather unusual trait to arbitrarily choose between US/UK spellings or one convention/alternative convention on a word-by-word basis...
I would suggest referring to them as disks would be more appropriate, since it is likely that the storage system uses SSDs in some capacity - which do not have traditional spinning circular-shaped recording media inside them.
It was quite the 'in' thing to have the special punch that took a square notch out of the floppy to make into a flippy thereby doubling your C64 storage capacity from 170K to a massive 340K.
Of course that should be "special punch that made a square notch in the floppy"... and I even used the pedantic icon to save you the bother..
We are so overwelmed by requests that we find it impossible to keep up! Quick, jump on the boat before the whole internet runs out of disc space for your OMG's and LULZ!!!1!!1!
All you're friends our all readey their 2!!! OH MY LULZ!!! :))) ! <3 <3 <=3
Find our wot there havin 4 breakfast! Quuuick!
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