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    @calvin didn’t get the warning about the URL having been submitted before, this bug is back. I’m looking into it.

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      Per OP, have you tried turning it off and on again? It’s unreasonably effective.

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      I was pleasantly surprised to read this and see even a passing reference to the fact that programs are state transition systems. Of course, the reason that computers need to be rebooted is because invariants that programmers thought would always hold in their programs are being violated!

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      1. On rebooting: the unreasonable effectiveness of turning computers off and on again via hwayne 6 months ago | 51 points | 30 comments