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Monday, November 11, 2013

Yahoo!: Glitch strands U.S. Warship

It kind of makes you wonder what is going on. A glitch here, a glitch there; it seems like we are running into glitches everywhere these days. That can happen of course, because as long as there are people, errors will occur.

There is not a soul in this world who will or has not erred at least once in their life time. It is not so much about making the mistakes, it is how you deal with them and how quickly and well you recover from them.

Before executing a plan, you ought to be prepared to stumble upon a few bugs and/or come across some snares. A test run is often the best route to find out what needs fixing or tweaking. Maybe you come to the conclusion it is not working at all and you will have to go back to the drawing board.

Ignoring the glitch and forcing it through anyway can result in a catastrophe. Just imagine what could have happened if the USS Freedom would have kicked this technical glitch to the curb and had left for open seas in spite of it. I am glad they decided to fix it first before taking off. That was smart.

Better safe than sorry!



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