Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

Uh, soundcloud… you’re not supposed to label the upsell button “upsell”

— badidea 🪐 (@0xabad1dea) October 19, 2022

For years, Microsoft officials have claimed Windows can automatically block a list of malicious drivers that gets regularly updated through Windows Update. After stonewalling me and condescending to admins asking questions, MS has quietly admitted updates weren't ever pushed out.

— Dan Goodin (@dangoodin001) October 14, 2022


— Delty (On a Camping Trip till 2024) (@DeltyThe73rd) October 15, 2022

do i know someone at  with contacts to the web team?
they updated the design of the developer page, good.
they removed the scrollbar in the account selection, so half of our customers are not selectable any more 😔

— xarfk (@xarfk) October 11, 2022

Since the iPhone 14 went on sale, the 911 dispatch center near Kings Island amusement park has received at least six phones calls saying:

“The owner of this iPhone was in a severe car crash...”

Except, the owner was just on a roller coaster.

🆕 by me:

— Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) October 9, 2022

For the past two days, my Google account has been stuck in an experiment where they replaced the buttons under they search bar with broken versions. For example, pressing the “images” button now does an image search for “images” instead of my original search term. Same with news.

— Robin Kunde (@robinkunde) October 7, 2022

love the HBO account having a prewritten response to "god damn no one can see shit on your show it's too dark" comments

— Brandon Hardin (@hardin) October 3, 2022

Absolutely loathe this type of corporate communication that calls drastic things lije cancelling your entire service "an update" both externally and internally; hoping the neutral language will act as a buffer against their own cowardice to openly own the situation

— Dan Hindes (@dhindes) September 30, 2022

Thousands without power after drone food delivery crashes into powerlines in a 'first'

— ABC News (@abcnews) September 30, 2022

— Jason Scott (@textfiles) September 29, 2022

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