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The reason I haven't referenced in main text is because its hear-say. I was told it many years ago by an ex-GEC engineer who was working in the city using the then ultra new operating system from IBM/Microsoft OS/2 version 1 [[User:Big Kate|Big Kate]] ([[User talk:Big Kate|talk]]) 14:47, 10 February 2017 (UTC)
The reason I haven't referenced in main text is because its hear-say. I was told it many years ago by an ex-GEC engineer who was working in the city using the then ultra new operating system from IBM/Microsoft OS/2 version 1 [[User:Big Kate|Big Kate]] ([[User talk:Big Kate|talk]]) 14:47, 10 February 2017 (UTC)


The android in Red Dwarf (Kryten) who briefly called himself 'Rameses Niblick III Kerplunk Kerplunk Whoops! Where's My Thribble?' did so as a result of external trauma, i.e. an axe being forcibly buried into his 'spinal column', rather than computer senility. [[User:Lhspanner:Lhspanner]] 23:17, 31 October 2019 (GMT)
The android in Red Dwarf (Kryten) who briefly called himself 'Rameses Niblick III Kerplunk Kerplunk Whoops! Where's My Thribble?' did so as a result of external trauma, i.e. an axe being forcibly buried into his 'spinal column', rather than computer senility. [[User:Lhspanner|Lhspanner]] 23:17, 31 October 2019 (GMT)

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Broken umbrella with herrings: some kind of antenna? I still wonder about the beach ball thing that goes parp, though. --Confusion (talk) 20:18, 27 November 2012 (PST)

Amusingly, a prototype computer-like structure has in fact been built which is driven by soldier crabs. It has a long way to go before becoming complex enough to rival conventional PC's, but the idea shows promise. Scuttling crabs powering a low-tech computer... Google on [Black and “A Crab-Based Computer”] There is also a Java program called "Shellfish".AgProv (talk) 16:33, 14 August 2014 (UTC)

The cookie thing is not a virus its from UK GEC computers used for telecom engineering such as system x. It was based on the idea of fortune cookies and besides the syntax described had commands to add to the database via the bake command The reason I haven't referenced in main text is because its hear-say. I was told it many years ago by an ex-GEC engineer who was working in the city using the then ultra new operating system from IBM/Microsoft OS/2 version 1 Big Kate (talk) 14:47, 10 February 2017 (UTC)

The android in Red Dwarf (Kryten) who briefly called himself 'Rameses Niblick III Kerplunk Kerplunk Whoops! Where's My Thribble?' did so as a result of external trauma, i.e. an axe being forcibly buried into his 'spinal column', rather than computer senility. Lhspanner 23:17, 31 October 2019 (GMT)