EAR INFECTION HEALED THROUGH PRAYER

One of the things you learn in Information Technology (IT), the area in which I work, is that you can't solve a problem where it's not. In IT this erroneous approach often takes the form of trying to use hardware (physical equipment) to solve a software issue (a problem with the programs that determine how the physical equipment behaves).

Software problems can look like hardware problems—the processor is running hot, the memory resources are exhausted, the disk is thrashing. But if the issue is poorly written software, or even malware (e. g., a virus), then fiddling with the hardware never really fixes it. You can spend time and money swapping components, adding resources, adding whole servers, sometimes many servers. But often the situation lingers or recurs. You may mask if for a while, but you never actually fix it.

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