Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

Later on, while the car is parked in his driveway, Tesla calls him to tell him that they found and fixed a configuration mistake with his car.

They remotely software locked the car to be a 60 again, despite having been a 90 for years.

He now has ~80 miles less range.


— Jason Hughes (@wk057) July 25, 2022

I wondered what would happen when the indoor temperature would hit 100F. Well, it finally happened…

— Misuzu "Ruri" Mosu (@misuzulive) July 26, 2022

Early versions of BeOS occasionally crashed. Since they were presenting the system at trade shows, the team needed a quick solution. The answer: a crash screen that made it look intentional.

— Daniel Feldman (@d_feldman) July 21, 2022

After further inspection I found that an average match only uses about 11mb.

However. After each match the main menu retrieves about 300mb of data from the CDN on PC and Xbox. Which after about 2 matches results in over 1GB of network traffic. It's nuts.

— Neeko 🍣 (@NicmeistaR) July 21, 2022

Fun fact: Due to a programming oversight, you were able to flush yourself down the toilet.

This issue has been fixed for the full release, sorry everyone.

— Wesley de Waart (Selaco dev) (@Nexxtic) July 19, 2022

GitHub delete turbolinks challenge

— Jamie Kyle 🏳️‍🌈 (@buildsghost) July 19, 2022

holy shit. how is netflix able to stream such detailed film grain on highly compressed video? bc it's made dynamically client-side.

they interpret the film grain characteristics from the source video before compression, then rebuild it on decode

— parker gibbons (@parker_gibbons) July 18, 2022

CGEnterLockdownModeForPDF() … stuff’s dangerous!

— Peter Steinberger (@steipete) July 18, 2022

whoever updated lil uzi vert's pronouns on their wikipedia clearly used ctrl+F to replace any string of text that includes he to say they and it has led to some very interesting results

— autumn (weird) (wild) (wacky) (@galvanistica) July 17, 2022

This has been by far my favorite nginx misconfig. It has been a mistake made by a threat actor between 2018-2022 with huge consequences. It's so stupid I love it :)

— Benkøw moʞuƎq (@benkow_) July 15, 2022

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