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  • n. The quality of being unusable.


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  • The website used to be of such aggressive unusability that I would have to force quit Exploder to get out of it that, and it was unreadable.

    Archive 2008-08-01

  • There are newsgroups clogged to unusability by Jedi and Klingon wannabes bitching about Brin and Card "betraying" science fiction.

    Star Wars as a Thesis

  • It now seems to be slowing things down almost to the point of unusability, with multi-word blind typeahead.

    A Second Look at USHCN Classification « Climate Audit

  • The unusability is concentrated at times of peak load, yes, but it's entirely predictable peak load, like the hits on the server status page when something bad happens to blow away most of the servers.

    Tipping the Scale

  • Anyone who has children under the age of 5 and has seen CDs and DVDs mis-handled by them to the point of unusability definitely has the right to protect their investment.

    321 vs Hollywood

  • Of course I pruned out a lot of things from Debian's configuration but I was a little more cautious this time, and made sure I wasn't pruning it down to a level of unusability.

    Motho ke motho ka botho

  • But in Firefox and Chrome on the same systems, the demo is slow to the point of unusability.

    "MAIN" via Steve in Google Reader

  • Laptops, unfortunately, go through a lot of wear and tear, to the point of unusability.

    "MAIN" via Steve in Google Reader

  • Farmville (aside from its near-unusability at times of peak load), its developers or its data collection (such as it may be) now or in the past.

    "BANPC" via James Bow in Google Reader

  • Whereas the BMW iDrive of old was overly complicated, the Mazda3's navigation is over simplified to the point of unusability.



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