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Bertrand Russell’s seminal work, Principles of Mathematics, was a dense tome, nearly 600 pages long. Legend has it that a London newspaper offered a cash prize to anyone who actually read the book — and no one received the prize. Of course, Russell’s writings were highly regarded and later awarded the Nobel Prize.
Russell believed, “Science may set limits to knowledge, but should not set limits to imagination.” Today, his domain of expertise, set theory, applies to triaging incoming exceptions and amortizing the event management load across global network operation centers.