I saw an old term—“single point of failure”—used in a new way today. I’ve always thought of it as an engineering term, reminding me of that one Bay Bridge panel that fell down during the Loma Prieta earthquake in the Bay Area, in 1989, an earthquake that my husband and I experienced for ourselves—it was a whopper! But today, the term was being used to describe a business failure.
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