Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

Learning C lang for the first time ... pic.twitter.com/rgwehD55Tl

— nixCraft 🐧 (@nixcraft) November 26, 2022

Wallace & Gromit was an early XBLA game and was required to launch from memory cards. There was a crash bug when launching off 256mb cards, but not 512mb cards. So we just added a 20mb sound file to the game, making it too big for 256mb cards. Passed cert no problem after that! https://t.co/qftHxiPu75

— Shaun Finney (@shaunfinney) November 19, 2022

A fun bug that causes Steam to pick a pseudo-random font for everything:https://t.co/Aqem7m9dUx pic.twitter.com/ooJbX1Ik3x

— Dan Luu (@danluu) November 19, 2022

Chrome crashes for me every couple of days on Android on the Pixel 7 Pro (with all of its 12GB of RAM), so I reported at least 6 crashes to @ChromiumDev.

In return, all I got was: you're using Accessibility, so lolfuckyou, Status: WontFix.

Not a good look, @googlechrome. pic.twitter.com/BfZn8QxFGV

— Artem Russakovskii πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦ (@ArtemR) November 16, 2022

Tactics Ogre doesn't let you use the default party name "Flamescale" anymore because it contains "mescal" as in "mescaline", a hallucinogen

You can hit accept without changing anything from the default, and it won't let you use it pic.twitter.com/zxvx2ULlVO

— Chuji πŸ‰ (@Choojermelon) November 11, 2022

NSPredicates are Turing Complete, even when minimally using the objective-c runtime. TERNARY expressions are conditionals and an expression can evaluate itself to perform unbounded loops. below is a single NSExpression that is a full brainfuck interpreter https://t.co/S9xFvVvItd pic.twitter.com/kluI4cn40N

— πšŠπš•πš”πšŠπš•πš’ (@alkalinesec) November 12, 2022

I'm fully losing my gourd pic.twitter.com/D5lslP7qpA

— Sam Winkler (@ThatSamWinkler) November 10, 2022

Metroid Prime Game Dev Story - The One Where We Fridged a GameCube. Shortly after Prime shipped, Nintendo told us that a "bad batch" of GameCube CPU's shipped, and apparently Prime was the only game that misbehaved on them. We saw videos and it was clear what was going on. 1/7

— Jack Mathews (@jack_mathews) November 10, 2022

A data spike like this tells you your data is broken. I’m willing to bet they ask people their date of birth and a large proportion pick the year 2000 as a shortcut. There aren’t really 2x as many 22-year-olds as 23-year-olds playing switch. https://t.co/egWmKjdluP

— Colm Larkin (@gambrinous) November 9, 2022

It’s pretty simple: Google Meet (original) was previously Meet, which was the rebranded Hangouts Meet. Meet has been merged with Google Duo, which replaced Google Hangouts. Google Duo has been renamed Meet, and Meet has been temporarily named Google Meet (original), for clarity https://t.co/Wa3wkj5nqE

— Tom Gara (@tomgara) November 2, 2022

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