Panic, genius, and despair. Part 1… #humor #computers

Barb Taub

“Sounds as if there was a Kernel panic.”

These are not words I ever expected or wanted to hear, but that’s what James the Genius Bar Guy tells me.

(Actually, I might have missed bits of it because I’m still loving on the concept of a genius bar. Does Albert Einstein belly up to the bar with Galileo and the guy who invented the InstantPot? Are Stephen Hawking and Leonardo Da Vinci and Marie Curie over at that table in the corner, giving Adam Smith the stink-eye because (as usual) he wants the invisible hand to get the next round?  I imagine myself pointing to Grace Hopper: “I’ll have what she’s having.”)

How I picture the genius bar at happy hour. From right to left: Stephen Wolfram, Rosalind Franklin, Richard Feynman, Marie Curie, Sigmund Freud, Katherine Johnson. [image credit: giphy]

I’m not really sure when the real trouble…

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