Tesla Autopilot Trial Didn’t Work – Screenshots

UPDATE 8/11/18 Tesla Service in Rocklin California are rockstars. Without even an appointment due to the schedule fully blocked they still made time yesterday to calibrate the Autopilot cameras for over an hour. That did the trick. Enhanced Autopilot is now working. Full review of my experience vs the original HW1 Autopilot coming next week. UPDATE 8/10/18: I have a service appointment tomorrow and it … Continue reading Tesla Autopilot Trial Didn’t Work – Screenshots

Tesla Update Walkthrough – v7.1 (2.32.23)

Tesla pushed an update tonight. Update 2.32.23 to be precise. I remember there wasn’t much visibility pre-purchase with how the update process works for Tesla so I’ve documented it below. Your Tesla has an update ready for you when you see the Yellow Alarm Clock in the right half of the system icons. Clicking the alarm clock brings up the Software Update scheduler. This screen … Continue reading Tesla Update Walkthrough – v7.1 (2.32.23)

Pebble’s Three Biggest Problems

My three biggest gripes about Pebble. Three areas of execution where they simply lose compared to the other devices in my life. Too many firmware updates. Geez, do I really need a watch that nags me about firmware updates almost every other week? No. I want a smartwatch that’s smart enough to update in the background, or to save its updates for once a quarter at … Continue reading Pebble’s Three Biggest Problems

Open Letter to Xbox 360 & Xbox One: Stop Forcing Updates

Hey Xbox, the fastest way to truly become an ex-box is to keep forcing updates on us everytime we want to play a game. We’ve got 15 minutes before dinner. We want to race cars, shoot the bad guy, or complete a quick level, but you stop us. You tell us how we can either download and install an update, or turn off the Xbox. … Continue reading Open Letter to Xbox 360 & Xbox One: Stop Forcing Updates