Well, a story with a different angle on things...
"But at least there is that sad face now."
From that orientation it's more like a frown or a maniacal stare...
A reminder today that the beloved Blue Screen of Death is sadly not forever as the irritating emoticon of Windows 10 puts in an appearance. The Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) has been a good friend over the years, alarming users by its appearance but occasionally dropping a hint with regard to what upset Windows so and what a …
I am Stephen, the submitter I love flying and when I do connect through these hubs do go on further.
The faff isn't as much as you think. I can rock up, check in, either go in the lounge or get to the gate to jump on the plane to London get off and do my stuff.
Trains take too long, and I don't really drive.
So it works for me. Others may have other results.
Why start now? There's never been useful information on BSOD screens. Sure, if you happen to be the developer of the driver that just went south then it may be useful. For the rest of us, nope.
Personally, I am surprised there has not been an attempt to extort a Client Access License for each user of each kiosk... and a cut-price version for each viewer of a BSOD.
This is usually how it goes with Wendy's and Burger King. Only McDonald's has its shit together to have the self-order kiosks functioning.
What's worse with Wendy's are the self-order kiosks are basically registers turned around, and they're at the order stalls, so you stand there in the way of people trying to queue up to order from the staff.
And people wonder why Amazon and McDonald's are doing so well. They seem to be the only companies able to handle modern technology. I tried to order a rainsuit and some mirrors for my motorcycle from a company that was not Amazon, and it was building-the-pyramids time.
The even sadder part is the food quality is in inverse proportion to the service. Wendy's burgers are actually recognizable as meat and mostly edible.