haiku error messages

@galatea (686)
February 24, 2007 8:37am CST
i've read that Japan is thinking about replacing microsoft's error messages with haiku poetry messages. lol. but what is a haiku? its japanese form of poetry, 3 lines, 5 syllables on the first and 3rd lines and 7 on the second. here are a few examples: having been erased the document you're seeking must now be retyped a crash reduces your expensive computer to a simple stone chaos reigns within reflect, repent, and reboot order shall return your file was so big it might be very useful but now it is gone make your very own haiku error message! here's mine: you pressed the wrong key what's done cannot be undone research and retype a wooden horse neighs all documents have transformed a grown man now cries
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