Marcin Wichary posted "an abridged list" of vague and therefore terrifying error messages from a 40-year-old word processor.
Don't you just hate it when very bad footnote distribution failures happen?
This all has me looking forward to "error messages generated by a recurrent neural network," or a science fiction thriller where the crew must contend with an increasingly psychotic word processor.
What? Computer, what the hell does deta—
Three Indiana judges got in a fight. Two were injured, all were suspended. NPR’s Laurel Wamsley reports “an incident brimming with colorful details.” The altercation apparently started sometime after 3 a.m., when one of the judges, Sabrina Bell, raised a middle finger at two men yelling from a passing SUV, and ended after one of […]
The moment when the collective decision is made; you’re about to see one of those, but for people.
Something went wrong with my archival encode of the Utah State-LSU game, and all the audio is pitch-shifted down 100%. Which resulted in this. pic.twitter.com/AmispkZO9q — Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) October 10, 2019 Sports reporter Timothy Burke writes that “Something went wrong with my archival encode of the Utah State-LSU game, and all the audio is […]
A typical security camera can give you peace of mind. But that might be offset by the nagging feeling that it’s watching you, too. The best kind of security system is one that protects both your home and your privacy, and the blurams Dome Pro 1080p Security Camera is one rare model that’s set up […]
Sous vide cooking: It sounds fancy, but it’s actually one of the easiest and most reliable ways to cook. It’s the reason why many restaurants are able to put out delicious dishes with a consistent flavor. All you need is the right equipment, and that hasn’t always been available to those outside the resto crowd. […]
The more you use your computer, the more it becomes possible for others to use it too. Where there are anti-virus systems, there are hackers looking for a way to get around them. That’s why it’s important to get software that doesn’t just passively scout for viruses in the background. The folks behind GlassWire have […]