Lazy kids.

“If anything, today’s computer users are less well adapted to dealing with applications that behave differently when the network is unexpectedly absent because both the user and the programmer assume that the network will be there because it always is. They would never set up a situation where the network would be missing and the programs they use/write are unlikely to handle the situation. Lazy kids.”
Casey Schaufler.

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