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.— Jason Hughes (@wk057) July 25, 2022
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.
I wondered what would happen when the indoor temperature would hit 100F. Well, it finally happened… pic.twitter.com/3aik0Xsnaq— 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. pic.twitter.com/nKul70evGJ— Daniel Feldman (@d_feldman) July 21, 2022
After further inspection I found that an average match only uses about 11mb.— Neeko 🍣 (@NicmeistaR) July 21, 2022
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.https://t.co/Gj4mDwjntR https://t.co/17H9eomjnK
Fun fact: Due to a programming oversight, you were able to flush yourself down the toilet.— Wesley de Waart (Selaco dev) (@Nexxtic) July 19, 2022
This issue has been fixed for the full release, sorry everyone. pic.twitter.com/Qt2cKapKvX
GitHub delete turbolinks challenge pic.twitter.com/JKGmDwKTcz— 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.— parker gibbons (@parker_gibbons) July 18, 2022
they interpret the film grain characteristics from the source video before compression, then rebuild it on decode pic.twitter.com/DPGFNPsOU0
CGEnterLockdownModeForPDF() … stuff’s dangerous! https://t.co/5uKQ4jrAjR— 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 pic.twitter.com/WXMiBLp3ZC— 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 :) pic.twitter.com/iA8p290MT1— Benkøw moʞuƎq (@benkow_) July 15, 2022