Sunday, February 12

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There Oughta Be A Law

Pixy's Law of Duplicity

If the problem resists all your attempts at isolation, consider that you may have two problems.

Pixy's Law of Maintenance

If all logical methods of repair have failed to solve the problem, find two interchangeable parts and interchange them.

Pixy's Law of Human/Computer Interaction

You can press escape all you like, but it won't do anything if the keyboard's not plugged in.

Pixy's Law of Customisation

If you work with computers long enough, sooner or later you will find yourself adjusting a delicate and expensive piece of equipment with a pair of wire cutters.

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1 "Pixy's Law of Customisation If you work with computers long enough, sooner or later you will find yourself adjusting a delicate and expensive piece of equipment with a pair of wire cutters." Yep

Posted by: Kathy K at Sunday, February 12 2006 12:03 PM (Si0rb)

2 LOL!!! You are a great philosopher, my friend.

Posted by: Susie at Sunday, February 12 2006 01:29 PM (a0oF7)

3 *ping*

Posted by: Susie at Sunday, February 12 2006 01:36 PM (a0oF7)

4 Actually, working on one of the computers at school, we used laws one and two. Fixed the problem. I was about to use law 4 as well. It got off lucky. :-D

Posted by: tommy at Sunday, February 12 2006 02:25 PM (7K8KE)

5 Owlish's Corollary of Human/Computer Interaction If a particular piece of electronics isn't working, make sure it's plugged into everything else. I can think of at least 3 times this became useful.

Posted by: owlish at Tuesday, February 14 2006 12:11 AM (ueWi5)

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