Cycling outside of the Netherlands is… sometimes complicated. @Polizeibeobachter is showing a case from Berlin.
This is a DriveNow parked completely blocking a cyclepath at Saatwinkler Damm, Berlin. Police have been called, but cop on the ground refused to have the car towed (“I see no reason to have this towed”). It took two hours to get the police district supervisor to come out, check this out – and have it towed.
So the above Tweet came along, but the way it was framed it was not very worthy reporting, because it was nothing actionable: »I think @natashenka and I just discovered the worst Windows remote code exec in recent memory. This is crazy bad. Report on the way.«
And reported and handled it was, in record time. This is now public on Project Zero, and a fix is being rolled out to all current Windows.
The US of A have clarified what exactly they need from you to get a Visum: It’s approximately everything except your passwords. The Register has a list: »
People are already reacting to that in completely expected ways.
Eve Online let’s us know that it is turning 14 years old. It went live on May 6, 2003. The Iceland-based Excel-with-Lasers game is known to be highly addictive (and that’s one reason why it is the prettiest game I will never be playing).
Recently, Eve restructured itself so that up to a certain level players can now pilot spacecraft for free (and the free level is supposedly sufficient to see a lot of meaningful in-game action).
It’s not my fault, really. It’s Schenker, and Urban Games. They sent me my Nvidia 1070 (with a side of CPU and Memory), and now there is a Windows Shoebox (well, Clown Shoe sized showbox) somewhere in our home, and Steam Streaming is busy.
I’m off laying tracks with the family, now the screen updates are not jumpy any more.