Medieval Helpdesk. Post author By Eddie Post date April 19, 2007 3 Comments on Medieval Helpdesk. Just watch the video – don’t argue. Just watch! HT David Couchman This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer be valid. Things change on the web and it is impossible for us to keep up to date with everything. Why not share this post?TweetEmailPocket Related posts: A song from Madagascar This afternoon I heard that this song had been uploaded... New Look Jesus Film As you know, Sue works on projects in Madagascar which... Frosty is Coming Mike Frost is coming to the UK to do a... From BandAid to RadiAid Forgive me for posting one more video in this series,... Tags computers ← Doing the Hard Thing → Church Lender 3 replies on “Medieval Helpdesk.” Great clip, Eddie – I enjoyed that (but it would only play the first half or so, not sure why!) Is that Swedish? I reckon you’ll know! Hope you enjoy(ed) Dakar, Rob I think it’s Norwegian… Eddie, I thought this was great. It actually reminded me of something I read in a book by Walter Ong, that once someone is in a literate culture, thinking as one would in a primary oral culture is close to impossible. In other words, what makes this funny to me is that we’re computer literate and looking back to what it was like being book illiterate, but adding the script of what one would do to get help from the computer age. I like your blog. Jim Comments are closed.