RBS executives have acknowledged that purchasing their software and systems from Fisher-Price may have been a cost-cutting exercise too far. [read...]
A Norfolk woman has revealed how her employer’s mandatory time-recording process now takes far longer to complete than any of the work it actually reports on.
Sally Jennings, a ‘Systems Thinker’ from Norwich, has been trapped in her office unable to clock-out since February last year, [read...]
‘We’ve been installing twat-detecting software in our cars that by-pass the normal rules of road courtesy,’ admitted a VW Audi spokesman, after issuing a recall on all 2.1 million of the UK’s Audi drivers. They will be required to book an appointment with their local VW Audi agent who will blast a hole the size of a pineapple in their heads using a 12 bore shotgun. [read...]
Brian Sharp, a fourteen-year-old from Leicester, has already received more than eight billion pounds’ worth of advanced orders for his new software, which codes your web search terms into innocuous phrases. [read...]