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February 18, 2013

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Brook Remas

Mr. Wladawsky-Berger,

This post is thought provoking. I read Taleb's WSJ essay and was intrigued by it. Application of anti-fragility to electronic systems, such as computing, disk storage, networking, etc. are much needed as more of the world operates on top of these systems assuming there infalability. Research on applying these ideas to networking is actively going on.

But, what really opened some new avenues of thought was how to apply these ideas to public policy which regulates a very complex system, societies. How does one legislate an anti-fragile society? Or, is legislation the wrong tool for the job?

Thanks for writing this summary of a fascintating idea

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