Today is Friday the 13th, considered a particularly unlucky day here in the US. Rationalists tell us that this is just another Friday on the calendar. Wikipedia tells us that the fear of this day is called “paraskavedekatriaphobia,” and that some scientific studies indicate that this may actually be a slightly safer day for accidents.
This can be a light-hearted day for MIS systems administrators, as the superstition provides an excuse for deferring major activities until another day.
May all your systems be stable, and all your data secure, on Friday the 13th!
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