Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

The coding standards we used at Microsoft at the time said to capitalize 2- or 3-letter acronyms, but 4-letter and larger acronyms should be camel-cased. I thought this was the craziest thing I'd ever heard.

— Chris Wilson (@cwilso) October 14, 2020

Can't wait to surprise my wife with an organic red bell pepper!

— Andreas Hagemann (@hagmnn) October 13, 2020

#Facebook’s algorithm rejected a photo of some onions πŸ§… for being too sexy "We've sold more in the last three days than in the last five years," said the store owner, who notes the FB rejection on his website, they are also now listed under "sexy onions"

— Shane Tews (@ShaneTews) October 9, 2020

Why would you put 3 different kinds of USB ports on here, come on!

— Robin Kunde (@robinkunde) October 7, 2020

It’s 255:19AM. Do you know what your validation criteria are?

— \u221e (@hdevalence) October 4, 2020

In the UK the number of cases rose rapidly.
But the public – and authorities – are only learning this now because these cases were only published now as a backlog.

The reason was apparently that the database is managed in Excel and the number of columns had reached the maximum.

— Max Roser (@MaxCRoser) October 5, 2020

the 1970s equivalent of getting trash in my CSVs

— brianloveswords (@brianloveswords) September 29, 2020

The Irony of Working from Home: Big Sur Edition.

— John Voorhees (@johnvoorhees) September 29, 2020

so there's this fun stackoverflow answer explaining why browsers parse "chucknorris" as a color but the part that really amazes me is how both "chucknorris" and "chucknorr" get parsed as colors but they're completely different ones.

— foone (@Foone) September 29, 2020

I was just told that my course title for next semester was too long because some computer system nobody can identify limits that field to 30 characters. So I'm changing the title to "'); DROP TABLE courses;--"

— matt blaze (@mattblaze) September 28, 2020

<<< previous      next >>>


JSON feed

Atom feed