Definition - What does Finagle's Law mean?
Finagle's law is also known as Finagle's law of of dynamic negatives.
Techopedia explains Finagle's Law
Another element of Finagle’s law is sometimes called "resistentialism," or the "malicious nature of inanimate objects." This is a fairly obscure idea in IT, but something that many technology users might think about when they encounter problems with a device or piece of software. It can often seem like machines or other technologies are "out to get us," despite all evidence against real artificial intelligence. This idea can be traced back to Finagle’s law and related theories.
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