an anthology of outage postmortems, taxonomized: github.com/danluu/post-mortems dan luu's explanatory blog post: danluu.com/postmortem-lessons/ "I love reading postmortems. They're educational... they tell an entertaining story."

(someone should make a plain text corpus from these links and use it to generate novels)

(via oreilly.com/ideas/four-short-l)

@aparrish Remembering how confused I got reading an early edition of Ellen Ullman's "The Bug" when the titular buggy code was accidentally not-wrong in the book (fixed in later editions (or broken in later editions i guess ) ) , I might shy away from reading a procedurally-generated novel on this topic.

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