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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Anyone understand this?

Congratulations to my brother who has just seen a patent of his published for approval.

I might be being just a bit thick, but does anyone understand just what "Secure Boot with Optional Components Method" actually means?

Kenneth, whatever you are doing is highly impressive but totally unintelligible to us mere mortals.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

It means a method to allow a device to boot in a secure fashion, even though some of the components within the secure device's firmware may not be present, not correctly authorized, or not correctly operating.

Anonymous said...

Is it not football boots with screw in studs?

Anonymous said...

Is this the new recipe for marag?

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:58 - oh! the joy of cut and paste. With no understadning.

Anonymous said...

Is this how the instruction on how to find BBC Alba on Freeview?

Anonymous said...

NSFW - this is geek pron of the highest order.

Anonymous said...

Is this how to pull in the Clachan on a Saturday night?

Ian said...

You know how at the end of Terminator, the robot is all knackered, but reroutes all his systems so he can still come back to life and try to kill Sarah Conner again? That's what your brother just invented. Thanks Kenneth. Thanks a lot.

Alasdair Allan said...

Why is this not available in Gaelic? I am writing to the Minister.

Anonymous said...

Intelligent people pretending to be stupid so that they can put a family member in the spotlight? Get a grip you silly arse.