Sentry Mode 2.0 (or 3.0?)

On Aug 10 2018, I originally wrote about a Tesla intrusion detection system. It wasn’t spot on, but it basically foresaw Tesla using cameras to detect intrusion. As of a few weeks ago Sentry Mode has been updated to stay on and allow you to input more settings such as the ability to configure when […]


Playing Netflix in a Model 3

A hacker did it It is cool. I personally don’t see it worth time to focus on developing something Tesla has committed to giving but… it is cool.


Hybrids are to cars what the 28.8 bps modem was to the internet.

UThinking about getting a Hybrid? It might seem like a good idea if you talk to a Hybrid owner. They may even save upwards of 90% on gas. The problem with hybrids is the sheer number of parts. To keep them cost competitive you need literally the cheapest of both worlds. As such, any company […]


Internet Everywhere

In Canada, it is hard to cover all the ground. Many of my favourite spots have poor connections. Places I could never live because I couldn’t work. Places I can’t stay long because I need to get back to an internet connection. And for my spotty internet connections I pay for cell phone and home […]


The Tesla Battle Ground

In this corner, you have Elon Musk on Twitter, Tesla Stores, Massive Battery Installations, 42,000+ Employees, the Freemont Factory (tent and all), Gigafactory 1 in Nevada, Gigafactory 2 in Buffalo, Tesla’s Seat Factory, Model X & Owners, Model S & Owners, Model 3 & Owners, Additional Fan-base, some Billionaire Analysts, Self Driving Capabilities already deployed, […]


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