@ton 'Designing for intermittency', I like that as a phrase.
I like the idea of actively embracing intermittency too. Moving away from the notion that everything must be available, always.
@neil years ago when I did a training for Iraqi water managers put intermittency on my radar. Historically it was designed for (e.g. medieval millers allowed to skip church if it was windy during mass), and we can do so again (washing / car charging automatically choosing the right moments e.g.)
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