Sorry About Computer

New decade, new nonsense

I think it's just getting force read as month-day-year pic.twitter.com/aYTAfq1E6U

— Skye (@SeerSkye) May 24, 2020

I was wondering what led to that "flag" being defined and now my jaw is on the floor https://t.co/rbvbMRFABs

— Daniel Morsing (@DanielMorsing) May 23, 2020

Thousands of high school students have to re-take their AP tests because the submission website doesn't support HEIC photos and crashed out on them. Insane story from @mcsquared96 https://t.co/8DQXG5OFfU pic.twitter.com/aeLRoc7ZWb

— nilay patel (@reckless) May 20, 2020

Oh my god https://t.co/tFIPFPXyqz is incredible, especially djb's response which is basically "You should all run qmail with a softlimit that prevents this from being exploitable" rather than actually admitting there's a bug

— Matthew Garrett (@mjg59) May 19, 2020

*scrolls down*

*screaming* pic.twitter.com/umfoW6KalJ

— iximeow (@iximeow) May 17, 2020

Deep inside the Windows Bluetooth stack, there is a function:

HCI_DibMakeDeviceNameValid

This function is an example of environmental storytelling- a thread.

— your least favorite construct (@XMPPwocky) May 15, 2020

Probably should have anticipated that making my Animal Crossing character name a SQL injection string would cause all kinds of problems with associated apps/sites 🙃

— Ian Coldwater 📦💥 (@IanColdwater) April 27, 2020

What the actual fuck is this? Is this a thing that really happens? pic.twitter.com/cszDd2CvdF

— Andrew Ervin (@Andrew_Ervin) April 4, 2020

The governor of New Jersey just put out the call on live TV that he is desperate for Cobol programmers right now.

— Jim Manico (@manicode) April 4, 2020

shut the fuck up pic.twitter.com/lyja8qC5ke

— salad bar ham cubes (@flangy) April 4, 2020

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