Occasionally there's a lull

  Forum Editor 13:31 01 Nov 08

in forum proceedings. There's often no apparent reason, but it happens, and has been happening for years. Perhaps there's a shortage of real news, or interesting topics - whatever.

When it happens please resist the temptation to post those "I'm bored - what are you doing today?" threads. That's the stuff of innumerable chatrooms, and it's not what we're here for. Please try to ensure that when you start a new thread it has a point - one that might appeal to others, and start a discussion.

  Bingalau 14:09 01 Nov 08

Maybe everybody is watching the footie on the TV? Or perhaps out enjoying the sunshine?

  Diemmess 14:30 01 Nov 08

Not this forum only.
I often suffer hefty download penalty during evenings and weekends.

Today the whole thing is going flat out and 59 minutes since you posted FE, this is only the second response

  The Brigadier 14:36 01 Nov 08

Been for a walk....now sitting in front of the fire.

  Mike D 14:40 01 Nov 08

I'm sitting in a room full of kids doing ECDL. Whoopee doo!

  GRIDD 15:43 01 Nov 08

Or picking potatoes, or tomatoes?

Then going about finding a safe place to store them for the winter.

  The Brigadier 15:44 01 Nov 08

What Module you on?
Did my ECDL a few years ago.

  Mike D 17:20 01 Nov 08

I run a training centre, and these kids are 9 years old (and upwards).
I reckon I've done the complete course about 4 times now when having to test new releases of the software.


  Al94 22:46 01 Nov 08

I think you fell into your own trap FE !!

  rdave13 22:56 01 Nov 08

A lockable subject then.
Dare you to lock your own thread Mr Thompson.

  GRIDD 00:01 02 Nov 08

Who's Mr Thompson?

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