Redundancy And Repetition Are Good For You: Take 5 – #AntiFragile

Of course, think (and write) about redundancy and repetition and one sees it everywhere.

A great article on living like a Hydra and being ready for all eventualities parses Nassim Nicholas Taleb‘s Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder. Principles that emerge from Antifragile include:

  1. Stick to simple rules
  2. Build in redundancy and layers (no single point of failure)
  3. Resist the urge to suppress randomness
  4. —-

Waste is profligate, inefficient. Redundancy and repetition, however, build resilience and protect against failure. Excellent.

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