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30 May 2009



This has me wonder whether they also report scheduled instability, and how do they tell [;<).


This has me wonder whether they also report scheduled instability, and how do they tell [;<).


Gak! I had a system incoherence experience while posting my comment. First, it spun on the watchamacallit forever (the thing to defeat robot commenting) so I took a walk and then forgot about it until closing some windows on my desktop.

Then I had an error message and I was being shown a preview of my comment and a big hairy error message. (It is also 16:41 where I am and not 19:41 as it says.) So I fixed the [;<) thinking it was the "<", using "&lt;" instead. I was given the captcha (oh, that whatchamacallit) again so I entered the new challenge-value and the comment went through perfectly at 20:18 (your clock, not mine).

There was no error the second time, but now I see that my comment has been posted twice, and there was apparently no problem with the "<" in my little [;<) winky.

Based on this, I have no idea what actually happened. I wonder what will happen this time. Ah yes, confirmable-experience example, perhaps?

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