Friday Funny Articles
what’s happening to all of that expensive construction equipment sitting idle around the stagnant region? One creative company is putting it to good use.
Here are some tongue in cheek tips on how to confuse people at the heart of the IT customer base–computer lab users. (Disclaimer: this is just a joke–FacilityBlog is not recommending that anyone actually do these things.)
Charged with keeping the Jetson household neat and tidy, the fictional Rosie has essentially met her modern day match: Dr. R.E. (“robotic environmentalist”) Cycler—an educator AND a machine with a true purpose: to explain the ins and outs of recycling.
In the 1970s and 1980s, HP gained a foothold in the very young personal computer and peripheral business. To spread the message, it tapped the comedic genius of Monty Python’s John Cleese, whose product endorsements are humorous indicators of how far technology has come in that time.
Google is actively developing a higher-performance version of TiSP specifically tailored to small and medium-sized businesses, including 24-hour, on-site technical support in the event of backup problems, brownouts, and data wipes.
As the last Friday in July, this is officially System Administration Appreciation Day. (Did you even know such a day existed before reading this post?)
This Friday Funny illustrates how attempts at accommodating staff preferences and creature comforts can go awry at times. Here’s a humorous look at how a common perk, casual Fridays, can veer off the tracks
This Friday Funny features Dilbert-inspired pearls of wisdom on subjects closest to the hearts of facilities management professionals.
This post comes courtesy of Peter SJF Bance who takes a humorous look—with a technospeak spin—at the old phrase about self sabotage.
Britain now has more green burials and more green burial sites than any other country in the world; and in the US, where green burials are also becoming more common, there are about 20 green burial sites currently operating or under development.