Just now I posted a comment on Lo's post about the unintended consequences of Blogger's recent protracted outage and its uncovering of a hitherto unsuspected addiction, suggesting that we could develop a counter-addiction - to outages. I think this idea merits further exploration.
For a start, we could immerse ourselves in the syntax. Consider the fine distinction between BX-c20gmn and BX-d7hq04. Then analyse the relative frequency of the appearance of these two informifacts. (I can make up jargospeak with the best of them.) A pattern will emerge. Probably, it will provide the key to Voynich, and the untold secrets of the universe will throw their hands up in surrender, and all will be subsumed into the blinding light, and evil will no more exist or be done.
When we're through with that, we can open a book on how long the time lags will be between the problem first occurring, them noticing it, them starting to fix it, how many times they will start to fix it, progress updates on what's left of the help service ... Endless fun in there, surely? (NB Anyone bidding less than twelve hours is disqualified.)
Of course, all this will have to recorded on wordpress.
I could go on, but it's my suppertime.