Classy Wrap balloon stuffing machine. pic.twitter.com/o6ta4mbnid— Machine Pix (@MachinePix) January 15, 2020
You've got to be shitting me...— Roy van Rijn (@royvanrijn) January 6, 2020
One of our office chairs turns off monitors... we couldn't believe it, but we have it on tape.
Surprisingly, there even is a known issue for it:https://t.co/d3NKIPiyXh pic.twitter.com/E57ApzR0Mi
In a Y2K-type glitch, New York City parking meters aren't accepting credit cards because the vendor that developed the payment system failed to update the software for 2020, the city's Transportation Department saidhttps://t.co/Z8PW8emLxY— The New York Times (@nytimes) January 3, 2020
imagine being in the future and jerking it and all of a sudden your electronically locked door opens and this motherfucker comes in and snaps a pic and runs away... all of a sudden 80 notifs https://t.co/K6kDkFf1dB— sarkis (@vitruent) January 7, 2020
Any sufficiently invisible labour is indistinguishable from magic.— potluck miscreant 🍲🍀👺 (@BinAnimals) January 8, 2020
The internet of servants. https://t.co/SbssOAMrkz
The headless robot cat company has made a headless robot kitten https://t.co/kvQ6AEduYp pic.twitter.com/OU2Kl4EuPO— The Verge (@verge) January 6, 2020
Kohler's new showerhead is also an Alexa-powered smart speaker https://t.co/c8W4hxEOzw pic.twitter.com/jVxRFFKVIG— Engadget (@engadget) January 3, 2020
Use your voice to talk some goddamned sense into yourself https://t.co/X3bvtxlJAS— Pinboard (@Pinboard) January 7, 2020
Holy shit, I just watched @lizthegrey fix broken echo cancellation on a conference call by *clapping 3 times*.— Irving Popovetsky (@irvingpop) January 7, 2020
Any sufficiently advanced troubleshooting is indistinguishable from magic.