Poor system configuration opens up vulnerability: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-36639981
Not sure whether this will make sense to people who don’t climb, but there’s an interesting analysis of common climbing errors and how to avoid them at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=6962&utm_campaign=ukc_2015_02&utm_medium=email&utm_source=ukc_newsletter
I half-composed a message to a colleague, planning to send it much later. I then thought of something I needed to ask him immediately. Rather than find his original message again, I just hit ‘reply’ on the half-composed message. Which of course sent the half-composed message and the more immediate query … to myself.
Camping. Getting ready for bed (i.e. sleeping bag). Put hand up to face to remove glasses. They’re not there. Must have taken them off while washing. Walk back to wash block. Not there. Bother: must have left them on table in pub. Too late to check now. Go back to tent; continue getting ready for bed, feeling annoyed. Worm my way into sleeping bag. Take off watch and put into (netting) pocket in tent. Oh: glasses are here! Had obviously taken them off and put them away tidily on “autopilot”…