In the up and down world of software reliability it was a case of both up and down yesterday for London's Tower Bridge, which seized with its roadways in the elevated position for ten hours after software control systems went down. Sneak was initially surprised to learn that 2,000 tons of Victorian ironmongery needed any software to swing open and shut - surely a really big lever ought to be sufficient - but apparently it's impossible to crack an egg these days without a laser-guided scalpel. So kudos to Rockwell Automation and Fairfield Control Systems for bringing a landmark piece of 19th Century engineering into the 21st Century world of unrecoverable system errors.
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