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Les acronymes informatiques revus et corrigés

Mais que veulent dire tous ces mots et acronymes informatiques ? Voici une version d’un dictionnaire un peu spécial (et en anglais) qui vous fera surement marrer. Je m’excuse d’avance pour les non anglophones et les non informaticiens 😉

AMIGA = A Merely Insignificant Gamers Addiction
Apple = Arrogance Produced Profit Losing Entity
AOL = Advertising Overloads Losers

BASIC = Bill’s Attempt to Seize Industry Control
BING = Believe I‘m Not Google
BIOS = Basically I‘m Origin of System
BIOS = Boots In One Second
COBOL = Completely Obsolete Business Oriented Language
CD-ROM = Consumer Device-Rendered Obsolete in Months

DEC = Do Expect Cuts
DOS = Defective Operating System

eBook = Enemy of Book
eBay = Electronic Bid Against Yourself

Gigo = Garbage In, Garbage Out
Google = God’s Only Online Gateway Linking Electronically

HCL = Hilarious Computer Logic
HTTP = Hackers Text Transfer Protocol

IBM = I Blame Microsoft
IBM = I Buy Macs
iPad = I Protest Adobe
iPhone = I Prefer Hipness Over Network Excellence
iPod = Idiots Price Our Devices
IE = Internet Exploder
ISDN = It Still Does Nothing

LISP = Lots of Infuriating and Silly Parenthesis

MAC = Most Absurd Computer
Macintosh = Most Applications Crash, If Not, The Operating System Hangs
Microsoft = Most Intelligent Customers Realize Our Software Only Fools Teenagers
MIPS = Meaningless Indication of Processor Speed
MSN = My Silly Network

NEXT = Now EXchange for Trash
NAPSTER = No longer A Possible Solution To Escape Record-buying
NTFS = Not a Trusted File System

OS/2 = Obsolete Soon 2
OS = Operation Suspende

PICNIC = Problem In Chair Not In Computer
PDF = Pigs Do Fly
PHP = Pretty Horrid Privacy
Pentium = Produced Erroneous Numbers Through Incorrect Understanding of Mathematics
PCMCIA = People Can’t Memorize Computer Industry Acronyms

RAM = Raggedy A** Machine

SSL = Security Silently Leaked
SSL = Sessions Seriously Lagging
SPAM = Successfully Pestering Advertising Material
SCSI = System Can’t See It

TWAIN = Technology Without Any Important Name
Twitter = Thoughts Which I Think They Enjoy Reading

Vista = Very Inconsistent Software – Try Another

WGA = Windows Genuinely Angry
WARP = What A Rot Program
Windows = Will Install Needless Data On Whole System
Windows = Wished I‘d Never Deployed On Work Station
Windows ME = Windows Mistake Edition
Windows XP = Windows eXPired
WWW = World Wide Wait

Yahoo = You Always Have Other Options

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