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DOEP (Daily (intermittent) Open-Ended Puzzle: Web clichés

I’m about to post a new issue of my (free) newsletter, which has the following Bogus Contest:

These days, instead of saying “If you look up ‘miserable failure’ in the dictionary, there’s a picture of George Bush there,” you’d more likely say, “If you google ‘miserable failure,’ George Bush is the first return.”

Can we come up with more clichés transposed to the world of tech? For example:

The more things are upgraded, the more they stay the

A watched IPO never boils

It takes two to flame

A woman needs a man the way a fish needs a C compiler

There’s more than one way to skin a Firefox

When the net nanny’s away, the mice will play

Your turn! (To enter — which is, remember, functionally the same as not entering — post your updated clichés as a comment. 

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