I’m experiencing Zuhlsdorf’s Law today.
I’m just back from Rome. I fly out again tomorrow. I have an enormous To Do list and a lot of it involves internet.
Today… total internet service outage where I am. Internet, TV, phone.
Based on my experience over the last year or so, if you are ever tempted to use TDS… run cold water over your head and find another option.
So, I’m working from a tether to my phone. Not great.
Zuhlsdorf’s Law again.
Some of you may not remember it.
Murphy was an optimist. Therefore…
- Corollary 1: When you need your technology to work, that is when it will fail.
- Corollary 2: The extent of the failure is proportioned to the urgency of the need.
- Corollary 3: When you want to show someone the great gizmo or program you have, that is when it won’t work.
- Corollary 4: When the person to whom you wanted to show off your great gizmo or program departs, unimpressed, that is when it will once again begin to function properly.
Someone should update the Wikipedia list of eponymous laws. Of course that would probably bust the website.