Doodle #89: Part of Being a Computer Professional.

Part of Being a Computer Professional.

Part of Being a Computer Professional -- Click on the thumbnail image above for your very own Blue Screen of Death

5 Responses to “Doodle #89: Part of Being a Computer Professional.”

  1. March 10, 2010 at 2:30 AM

    I love the colors in his skin tone play with each other.

  2. 3 vonholdt
    March 10, 2010 at 6:02 PM

    i often find a simple first step in the trouble shooting process is missed.

    Step 1 – Ask “have you lovingly placed a hand on the equipment in question and verbally thanked it for all the hard work it does for you?”

    there was an interesting article on wired.com about how computers, much like basic tools, become an extension of ourselves when we are familiar with them and they are working as expected. Then when they malfunction, it’s as if a piece of us has been ripped away and disturbs us to the core.


  3. March 11, 2010 at 4:29 PM

    Actually, though I pat the dashboard of the car every time I get behind the wheel (because I really, really love Toyota and don’t think that they deserve all of this negative attention) and, on occasion, talk to computers. But I think that our tools becoming extensions of ourselves encourages hoarding (and I should know), for it makes it difficult to discard old stuff. I just brought seven computers and eight or nine old monitors to the recycling center after I finally became able to disconnect things from myself! This doodle, incidentally, was triggered by a Blue Screen of Death we got on our laptop the night before (and, for the record, I didn’t yell at the computer!) Jeff

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    June 5, 2016 at 10:49 AM

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