I voted no, to protest such a stupid poll...me and 3% of people it seems!
Am I missing something? I just right click and hit "Empty Recycle Bin". Seems pretty easy already.
I've destroyed 3 laptops trying to get my bottles and cans in the recycling bin.Should be made easier.
HERALD POLL: Should things be easier or harder?
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, to think I have been burying my electronic waste in my kitty litter... hhhmmmm still drunk at work, good job, good job
Should not making recycling of electronic waste easier as part of good waste management not be a criminal offence in NZ?
Poll: Should the Herald stop having inane daily polls for sake of having daily polls?"Johnson! I want the site to be more interactive! Brainstorm some ideas on how that can be done!""Uh okay... uhh.. polls... feedback... um...""That's great shit! I want all of that, of lots of it too! REALLY interactive is what we want! ACTION THAT SHIT!"
Funnily enough, almost all of the Herald's recent polls have been one-sided (at least 80% either yes or no).Whether that means the Herald's questions are too easy ("Should more be done to curb school vandalism?" 96% Yes) or if it says something about the Herald's readers ("Should juries at alleged sex offenders' trials be told of the accuseds' previous convictions?" 89% Yes) is up to you.
...wait, so if it's no, we have to segregate used pixels? What about memory? Will we need to empty our RAM or throw it away?
Maybe this is easier in Windows 7...
Yes, it's even poorly worded. Although I suspect many commenters here are just taking the piss, it certainly highlights that a significant number of drone poll voters will assume that the question refers to the recycling of files and folders on their computers, and not to hardward like circuit boards and the like. 'Electronics waste' is probably a better bet, herald writers and editors.
This *could* just mean that next week they get to run a story that starts: "97% of Herald readers say they find recycling too difficult"
Why wait until next week?http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10606259