Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

People on Twitter wished for an edit button. One of Hive's security vulnerabilities allows even more: You can edit posts of other accounts.

— zerforschung (@zerforschung) November 30, 2022

"Python is known for its simple syntax and ease of use, but also for its potential danger to small children"

— Peter Wang (@pwang) November 30, 2022

Learning C lang for the first time ...

— 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!

— Shaun Finney (@shaunfinney) November 19, 2022

A fun bug that causes Steam to pick a pseudo-random font for everything:

— 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.

— 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

— 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

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

I'm fully losing my gourd

— 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

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