The Tesla Autonomy Day left me a little bit perplexed. Here Elon says: “The general principle here is that any part of this could fail and the car will keep driving. So you could have cameras fail, you could have power circuits fail, you could have one of the Tesla FSD computer chips fail and […]
Earlier this month, I wrote about MySQL with JSON support being “fucking tight”. This might be the first time I can recall quoting myself, but fair warning… I kind of like it. Allow me to elaborate. When you process form data through HTTP’s POST protocol for example, to get it into a MySQL database previously, […]
I actually did read Jim Cramers Mad Money book. One of the few books I have read. Doesn’t make me an expert, but he described how he himself was short squeezed and since it is way worse than everybody is talking about for TSLA, I feel like it is a good thing to write about […]
I like this YouTuber Greg Crossfield. He will have many many more than 4.18K subscribers in the next 2 years.
Not my dishwasher. All dishwashers. Current options: Litres of Water used Dishes clean Rate Size Cost/year Manual wash 15L – 18L 1 – 10/min w: 12″ – 32″l: 12″ – 24″h: 6″ – 16″ $8200 (@$15/hr) Dish Washing Machine 15L – 20L 1.66/min w: 18″ – 24″l: 24″h: 35″ $150 (energy) + $100 equipment/service The […]
I estimated Tesla would deliver 113,200 cars this quarter. Tesla delivered 112,000 cars. I overshot by 1,200 cars. How did you do Wall St.? My price Target on TSLA is currently $800 in July 2020. Congratulations to Tesla Employees, Elon and congratulations to all new owners! Current predictions for Q1 and Q2 2020 are 171,000 […]
This is the big question. And everybody should give you a different answer because there is only so much you can do and redoing shit doesn’t move your forward. Unless it does. The answer can often depend on how short-sighted you want to be. There is always an option to leave things alone, preferably stable […]