IV Keep Your Prospective
We aren't going to tell you things like, "will it matter in 100 years?" Odds are it won't, and that is not an answer. And to keep prospective, ask yourself, "will it matter in 100 seconds?" This is another way of saying, give yourself a little time to make observations, and above all do not panic. Too often panic means jumping to (often inaccurate) conclusions.
Our definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over, when it isn't working, and expecting different results. Don't get an idea in your head, and refuse to let go of your assumptions. Track your changes, and make only one change at a time.
Your authors are big fans of two secret weapons. They are using your right brain (subconscious) and asking someone on an email list.
Remember a PC is nothing more than a collection of spare parts flying in close formation. The semiconductors are nothing more than sand arranged in a specific fashion. In other words, sand with an attitude. Someone we know got upset when the PC locked up (again) in the middle of a large graphic. In a moment of frustration, this individual took a 9mm Glock pistol and shot the monitor. Our take is, he missed. It was the memory or system board that was fouling up. And in a moment of anger, he had to replace the monitor too.
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