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Sequin | 14:30 UK time, Friday, 15 June 2007

The printer I mean. Gone crazy again.....making strange gurgling noises. Now an entire encyclopedia that's been apparently printed up by someone on Newsnight has come through. And Shelagh Fogarty from Five Live - if you want your copy on Gaza, I've got it here.

The printer has printed everything except what I wanted to print.


  1. At 02:40 PM on 15 Jun 2007, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    Reset 'printer sharing'. You may need an 'administrator' (or a 'borrowed' password)

  2. At 03:01 PM on 15 Jun 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Sounds like it's been set as everybody's default printer by the network. And, no doubt, the paper and other consumables all come out of your budget. No wonder Eddie's cupboard was bare this morning.

    When you next go to print something, Sequin, why don't you go to Properties and choose the Newsnight printer? In fact, why don't you do that anyway? Perhaps you could select a print off for the whole of the PM Blog - That should keep them quiet for a while!

  3. At 03:38 PM on 15 Jun 2007, Stewart M wrote:

    Send a print job to the DG's office. Please stop using Radio 4's printer. 1000 copies.

    This is not very environmental though is it.

  4. At 03:54 PM on 15 Jun 2007, ian wrote:

    Quick! Change it. And we can have the pleasure of hearing...

    "Hello, this is Shelagh Fogarty on Five Live, on AM, on digital, on line. And now a report from Gaza, which as all sports fans know, is the only country to be named after a footballer..."

  5. At 04:02 PM on 15 Jun 2007, Professor Woland wrote:

    Send it to the dwarfs in Network Services.

  6. At 04:51 PM on 15 Jun 2007, Professor Woland wrote:

    Die glassbox is only available via wild thing. Yet another service from the Diabolic (but sharing) Network

    One must pass through the Wild Gateway...


  7. At 05:21 PM on 15 Jun 2007, Gnute wrote:

    WE are to be denied a referendum on the amended EU constitution. What will we do ? mutter into our tea? sigh? The French farmers would load their trailers with muck and spread it round Parliament Square.

    Are we so supine?


  8. At 06:35 PM on 15 Jun 2007, Chris Ghoti wrote:

    So *this* is 'The night Max put on his wolf suit and made mischief of one sort and another'

    but I don't think it is a wild thing, I think it is a Feral Printer. You are part of the media, are you not?

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