Where I used to work, you'd have to swipe into the "secure" car park, but the barrier would open itself on exiting. It was a joy to watch the bin men pull up, one would hop out, walk past the barrier and locate a large wheelie bin. He'd then push it over towards the barrier... and hey presto! Access granted.
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> The Register suspects that either a planned update to Ikea’s website backend went horribly wrong or something else has happened.
Can't argue with logic like that!
In any case, I had these problems on the website at the weekend, but I noticed that although the stock check appeared to be broken on the product pages, it worked on the basket/shopping list page. However, once at the store itself, they were also having problems with some of the tills, resulting in them closing my line just as I arrived at the checkout: grrrr. Could be entirely unrelated of course, but who knows...
Same story round our way (Royal Berkshire, dontcha know). They dug up the village for months and badly fenced off really long stretches of road at once with no traffic control, which really clogged things up. Road repairs were pretty patchy too. Then when it was done, they couldn't even tell me what services were going to be available, if any...
Re: "Told punters yesterday", did they?
I received an email yesterday which was basically the same as this article, although it also included the following:
"However, none of the domain names that are registered to you were featured on the list that was accessed".
So perhaps there is a different communication for people whose domains were on the list?