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“Can you reset the Internet for me?”

Posted by keelynet on September 29, 2008

Been there, experienced this in many, many calls.

“Computer help desks are used to fielding oddball requests but sometimes the questions leave even the best of them stumped. Such as: “Why isn’t my wireless mouse connected to the computer?” Or: “Can you reset the Internet for me?” Then there was the questioner who asked: “Where can I get software to track UFOs?” He was presumably not the same person who called in to report that “a skunk ate my cable.” Robert Half Technology, a provider of information technology professionals based in Menlo Park, California, asked 1,400 chief information officers from companies across the United States to come up with the most baffling questions their help desks or technical support teams had ever received.Among the more unusual were: — “My computer is telling me to press any key to continue. Where is the ‘any’ key?” — “Can you rearrange the keyboard alphabetically?” — “My daughter is locked in the bathroom, can you pick the lock?” — “Can you tell me the weather forecast for next year?” — “Can you install cable TV on my PC?” Then there was the computer user who confused the CD-ROM drive with a drink holder and asked: “How do I get my computer’s coffee-cup holder to come out again?” – Source

Popup Study Confirms Most Users Are Idiots – “”Testing students at a University, psychologists made many of them click on a dialog box that in effect said: ‘You are about to install some malware. Malware is bad. By clicking yes you are failing the Windows Darwin Test.’. Nearly half of them said that all they cared about was getting rid of these dialogs.” – Source

City school policy sets 50% as minimum score – “Pittsburgh Public Schools officials say they want to give struggling children a chance, but the district is raising eyebrows with a policy that sets 50 percent as the minimum score a student can receive for assignments, tests and other work. While some districts use “F” as a failing grade, the city uses an “E.” “The ‘E’ is to be recorded no lower than a 50 percent, regardless of the actual percent earned. For example, if the student earns a 20 percent on a class assignment, the grade is recorded as a 50 percent,” said the memo from Jerri Lippert, the district’s executive director of curriculum, instruction and professional development, and Mary VanHorn, a PFT vice president.” – Source

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