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PICNIC.

Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 26 Jan 20, Sunday

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An error message is information displayed when an unexpected condition occurs, usually on a computer or other device. On modern operating systems with graphical, error messages are often displayed using dialog boxes. Error messages are used when user intervention is required, to indicate that a desired operation has failed, or to relay important warnings (such as warning a computer user that they are almost out of hard disk space). Error messages are seen widely throughout computing, and are part of every operating system or computer hardware device. Proper design of error messages is an important topic in usability and other fields of human–computer interaction.


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The following error messages are commonly seen by modern computer users:

With the rise of Web 2.0 services such as Twitter, end-user facing error messages such as HTTP 404 and HTTP 500 started to be displayed with whimsical characters, termed Fail Pets or Error Mascots. The term “Fail Pet” was coined, or at least first used in print, by Mozilla Engineer Fred Wenzel in a post on his blog entitled “Why Wikipedia might need a fail-pet — and why Mozilla does not.” Dr. Sean Rintel argues that error messages are a critical strategic moment in brand awareness and loyalty. Fail pets are of interest to marketers because they can result in brand recognition (especially through earned media). “However, that same recognition carries the danger of highlighting service failure.” The most famous fail pet is Twitter’s Fail Whale (see Twitter service outages). Other fail pets include:

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