Windows ME is a viruse that mysteriously appeared from another planet. This alien viruse made more viruses.
Windows ME hatched from the gaping anus of Microsoft Labs. Microsoft labs makes some interesting viruses. They made Windows 95, 98, XP and 2000 (which was a very similar viruse indeed) In fact Windows 95 and 98 and ME they are all inbred brother's and sisters. That's why they are so dumb, and make bad things happen to our poor friend Mr computer.
"I'm sorry to inform you...But you have Windows ME"
"Windows ME is in all my nightmares, I can't escape it"
"Can't sleep, Windows ME will eat me, and my chocolate ice cream"
PSP: Handheld gaming system developed by Sony, a competitor to Nintendo's DS. The PSP is a great handhelp, but suffered a few drawbacks early on. The PSP uses UMD's (Universal Media Disk) to run it's games, which can hold about 1.8 gigabytes of data, more than enough to run a game with great graphics and a large lifespan. The PSP has a varying battery lifespan depending on the game you play, or what other funtions you use, such as watching films or music. A game that has a lot going on with great graphics will have a shorter battery life, wheras a simple puzzler will have a much longer one. The PSP uses a simple, effective memory stick for game saves, music, updates, and anything else that takes your fancy. You do NOT need to buy these to run your PSP, as it functions perfectly well with the 32 megabyte stick provided, or the 1.0 gigabyte stick provided with the Giga Pack. You DO need a larger stick to run the PSP at it's full potential, but it is not nessasary.more...
Pros of PSP:
-Built in mp3 player
-16.7 million colour LCD display
-A portable penis extension (ie, chick magnet)
Pros of DS:
-Good battery life
-Good loading times
Cons of PSP:
-Bad loading times
-A little expensive for some
DFU, in the film industry, is known as 'Digital Fuck Up'. This occurs mostly in digital tapes, like MiniDV or DVCam tapes, when it begins to wear out or has been recorded and overwritten too many times over and over again. It can also occur if a camera's internal parts are damaged, or just need to be cleaned.
DFU looks like a bunch of pixilated colored blocks in different types of random sequences and sizes across the image. There are no real ways of fixing the actual DFU, but there are ways of preventing it; use tape cleaners, don't over-write already used tapes, and keep your camera and tapes in good, safe storage.
DFU has also been known to happen on video that has been recorded straight to a file on a hard drive or recordable disk. I've had first hand experience with it, and still can't seem to find out how it happened, or even how to fix it. It seems to be the same digital colored blocks though.
If anybody would like to add to this or has any suggestions, fire me an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We got the video yesterday and it was covered with DFU.