Of course it had to be done: What I found most peculiar is that only the front lights are generated content, all the rest is gradients. Only detail that’s missing are the smashed windows 😜 Oh, Here’s another nice version (no single div though): See the Pen Pure CSS CYBRTRK 🚙 by Jhey (@jh3y) on […]
It’s possible to unlock and start a Tesla using only using a driver’s App username and password (without the need of a key nor the pincode to unlock the onboard dashboard!) Let this be a reminder to never trust free Wifi; especially not Wifi that requires you to “log in” (*). Also: Services like these […]
The future is happening: The island of Ta’u in American Samoa, located more than 4,000 miles from the West Coast of the United States, now hosts a solar power and battery storage-enabled microgrid that can supply nearly 100 percent of the island’s power needs from renewable energy. This provides a cost-saving alternative to diesel, removing […]
Pretty darn good insight in Tesla’s recent Model X announcement: [W]hen I pull these five things together I don’t see features that are being built or added because they are “fun” […] No. None of these features have anything to do with building conveniences for humans too lazy to open doors with their hands […] All […]
Cool. Very cool!
pytesla is a python binding to the Tesla Model S REST API so that you can monitor your car or programmatically interact with it. It makes it easy to schedule charging times, trigger heating/cooling according to weather or just gather stats. A car with an API, how cool is that? Can’t wait for the day […]
When data trumps journalism: A Most Peculiar Test Drive → Here’s the New York Times’ article referenced
The only thing Edison truly pioneered was douchebaggery. Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who ever lived → (via frank)