Inconsistency (Premium)


That is, I find it to be worse, much worse, when something works unreliably than when it doesn’t work at all. At least in the latter case, you simply know to work around a missing feature or capability, and you won’t be disappointed when something that should work every time fails.

Here’s an example.

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