Elon’s Twitter Rants

Elon Musk behaves impulsively on Twitter. So does everybody else, but Elon is not allowed. He is not allowed because a person in his position could leak material information. He has a lot of cards he is playing close to the chest, so he needs to tread carefully. And apparently the SEC has rules. Control […]


A Self Driving Future

Imagine a future where transportation is quick and even quicker when you plan ahead. You need a car and one shows up instantly to take you wherever you want to go. On a $40,700 Tesla Model 3 leased today, Tesla will collect $6,289 +$2,500 +($399 * 36) = $23,153 for leasing the car to a […]


Gates Buffet Musk

Warren Buffet is the owner of Chinese EV Manufacturer BYD. Elon Musk has sailed his way into China with a new Gigafactory in Shanghai. 2 Billionaire competitors going after the biggest EV market in the world. And then there is Bill Gates. US Administration has been pretty tough with China. In Gates’ Netflix Documentary we […]


Tesla Q3 Cars Delivered 97,000, Tesla 2017 Cars Delivered 103,091

Tesla has one more chance this year to post a quarterly delivered results of what they were able to achieve for the entire year 2017. If they do this, they will have quadrupled deliveries since 2017 (or doubled year over year). Meanwhile, the stock price…


Bad Defaults

It happens to the best of us. In development, everything has to land somewhere. There has to be default behavior where a user experience can be optimized. One example of default behavior is Google search results. The result is that you get the exact pages you want on the first page of Google’s results. I […]


My Honours Project – Golf Game

I was pretty ambitious back in 2003 taking on a Golf Game written in Java. While it didn’t turn out to be a full fledged golf game, I had the beginnings of a 3D engine, forked from a Surface Plotter written by Yanto Suryono. I had a hole creator and I had the physics integrated […]


Memory is Funny

I remember telling people that I wrote a 22 page paper on SPAM back in 2003. It was 16 years ago. And as it turns out, the paper was 41 pages. And I found it when recovering an old drive today. Here it is:


How Tesla can Solve Idle Fees

When you park at a Super Charger, you can leave your car to charge while you go grab a bite or do some shopping. At some point though, your car will finish charging. After that, you are taking up a parking spot with your car plugged in. This is where “Idle Fees” kick in. If […]


Voting Green Party

I watched Elizabeth May last night answer questions. This is going to sound like a total paid endorsement but it is not. For the first time ever, I see a party which aligns with exactly what I want. I have no choice but to give them my full support. I am not going to encourage […]