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open Seriously, you do not want to make that cable your earth 245
open RISC-V needs more than an open architecture to compete 57
By 3arn0wl
open September 16, 1992, was not a good day to be overly enthusiastic about your job 63
open Confirmation dialog Groundhog Day: I click OK and it keeps coming back 145
open Your AI can't tell you it's lying if it thinks it's telling the truth. That's a problem 52
By Rol
open In IT, no good deed ever goes unpunished 71
open The month I worked for DEADHEAD: Yes, that was their job title 71
open Beware the techie who takes things literally 94
open Food for thought on the return to the office 87
By DiViDeD
open File suffixes: Who needs them? Well, this guy did 206
open Nothing's working, and I've checked everything, so it must be YOUR fault 163
open Halo Infinite ups the nostalgia factor for fans of the originals, but it's not without limits 11
By TonyJ
open The year ahead in technology fail: You knew they were bad, now they're going to prove it 78
open Predictive Dirty Dozen: What will and won't happen in 2022 (unless it doesn’t/does) 211
open Microsoft Paint + car park touchscreen = You already know where this is going 56
By druck
open Not the kind of note you want to see fluttering from an ATM 34
open Who you gonna call? Premium numbers, but a not-so-premium service 134
open Log4j and Omicron: Brothers in harm, mothers of invention 36
By tonkei
open A smarter alternative to password recognition could be right in front of us: Unique, invisible, maybe even deadly 81
open New World: Grindy? Check. Repetitive? Check. Fun? We hate to say it... but check 31
open Config cockup leaves Reg reader reaching for the phone 71
open Get real: Say what you like about your app but don't be surprised if I trollsplain 57
open How to stop a content filter becoming a career-shortening network component 69
open When everyone else is on vacation, it's time to whip out the tiny screwdrivers 151
open Fix five days of server failure with this one weird trick 163
open Horizon Workrooms promises a virtual future of teal despair 39
open Hacking the computer with wirewraps and soldering irons: Just fix the issues as they come up, right? 103
By Not Yb
open So the data centre's 'getting a little hot' – at 57°C, that's quite the understatement 102
open Come fly with me. But first we need to find a boot device 18
open The web was done right the first time. An ancient 3D banana shows Microsoft does a lot right, too 135
open How to keep your enterprise up to date by deploying the very latest malware 71
open The world is chaos but my Zoom background is control-freak perfection 96
open Thanks, boss. The accidental creation of a lights-out data centre – what a fun surprise 116
open How many remote controls do you really need? Answer: about a bowl-ful 148
By Dan 55
open Today I shall explain how dual monitors work using the medium of interpretive dance 151
open Nobody expects the borkish bank-wisition: When I said I wanted some notes from the ATM, I never thought I'd see... 16
open Nature is healing: Shhh. It's a lesser spotted Pi Bork nesting behind the bushes at IKEA 25
open Your private data has been nabbed: Please update your life as soon as possible while we deflect responsibility 86
By DiViDeD
open Beijing steps on Alibaba's Ant Group by forcing it to submit to same regulation as banks 9
open How to ensure your tech predictions catch on in a flash? Do the mash 70
open A floppy filled with software worth thousands of francs: Techie can't take it, customs won't keep it. What to do? 177
open Easily distracted by too many apps, too many meetings, and too much asparagus 75
open Yep, you're totally unique: That one very special user and their very special problem 196
open A Code War has replaced The Cold War. And right now we’re losing it 85
open Stob's vital message to Britain's IT nation: And no, it's not about that 28
open Verity Stob is 'Disgusted of HG Wells': Time, gentlemen, please 58
open In Rust We Trust: Stob gets behind the latest language craze 117
open The Pi who loved me: Licensed to SSL 29
open Programmers' Question Time: Tiptoe through the tuples 38
open Everyday doings of a metropolitan techie: Stob's software diary 52
By dajames



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