BOFH and PFY do RISC OSPublished: 28th Sep 2007, 20:04:11 | Permalink | Printable
All publicity is good publicity, right?Media watch - As many of you have pointed out to us today, Simon Travaglia's BOFH has taken on a treasured RISC OS relic - the Acorn Archimedes.
The infamously irascible and irreverent Bastard Operator From Hell, a popular long-running series on top IT website theregister.co.uk, manages to put a wrecking ball through the ever-touchy Apple community - and finishes with a right-hook knock-out for Acorn users.
To reveal more would spoil the ending, so we'll leave you with just the link below to enjoy.
BOFH: You think you know a guy...
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