“Never trust a computer you can’t throw out the window.”–Steve Wozniak
computus interruptus— n. the spontaneous unwanted shutdown of a program or app on a computer, tablet or smart phone.
We’ve all been there. You’re just about done with the spread sheet, or you just found the eatery you want on Yelp, or you are on the verge of a record score on some dumb game. And then you click or tap or swipe and the program or app shuts down. Poof. It’s gone. Dear Mr. Hawking, please tell us which black hole it fell into and how do we get it back? Or do we do the Wozniakian thing and throw the device out the window? Oh look, I just created another neologism. Wozniakian. Isn’t this fun?