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New decade, new nonsense

for over a year google maps on android would send me popup notifications begging me to review any location it guessed i might have been. little wonder they have so much garbage data seemingly from confused people who got similar notifications. this must suck for small businesses. https://t.co/T7fdLj6h1u

— Sarah Pavis (@spavis) July 27, 2021

I'm not an oven software guy but, if I were, I would consider the "no more fire please" button to be a P0. pic.twitter.com/2g2Jw00xFU

— ROBCHA~1.EXE (@RobChahin) July 23, 2021

Twitter hasn’t noticed but a now-defunct video hosting/advertising platform (VidMe) let their domain expire so it was purchased by a porn website, now there is NSFW porn all over the regular internet where their links were embedded lol

For example: https://t.co/UdPRFnq4EP

— DOXIE 🌻 (@dox_gay) July 22, 2021

UPDATE: It turns out actually this is the error you get if you try to attach a .txt file which is totally empty to Slack. Which actually might be a thing worth throwing an error on, but the error text is somewhat misleading?

— mcc (@mcclure111) July 22, 2021

learning about cve-2021-33909 and well https://t.co/o2rBxnc14f

> by creating, mounting, and deleting a deep directory structure whose total path length exceeds 1GB,

— iximeow (@iximeow) July 20, 2021

A robot just called my phone, said "There is a semantic error in the application, goodbye," and hung up

— Tom Scocca (@tomscocca) July 19, 2021

someone found a way to backdoor cdnjs, which "allows an attacker to tamper 12.7% of all websites on the internet once caches are expired" https://t.co/8m8JeHH3XR

— yan (@bcrypt) July 16, 2021

So seems like a bad translation from German was responsible for the word "else" being used in most programming languages' conditional statements these days: https://t.co/szQWQxHpBG

— Uli Kusterer (@uliwitness) July 9, 2021

HEY I'D BEEN WONDERING THIS WHOLE TIME WHY CHARACTERS IN SCARLET NEXUS DON'T CAST SHADOWS AND IT TURNS OUT THE ANSWER IS "I WAS PLAYING IN FRENCH" pic.twitter.com/CIha5GZK2w

— formerly bi (still bi but now due to chemicals) (@yaoilowell) July 7, 2021

Xilinx Vivado 2021.1, a 30GB download, contains an 816MB file called "Third_Party_Software_End_User_License_Agreement.txt that contains nothing but 18M lines of open source licenses... pic.twitter.com/PcvQokOXse

— Tom Verbeure (@tom_verbeure) July 6, 2021

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