Wait til u hear my version; much more PG. & my review, lousy film, but theater would make a terrific racquetball court. Full story 2 follow.Actor and comedian Fred Willard • In his first public comment since his arrest at an adult theater last week. Such pride at his ability to make fun of what was a career-damaging incident. He also notes that (while PBS canned him) he’s not leaving his other show, ABC’s “Trust Us With Your Life.” Willard will likely not go to jail, by the way, but will have to enter a sex-counseling program. Anyway, bask in the glow of that epic tweet.
This wasn’t due to a hack or our new office or Euro 2012 or GIF avatars, as some have speculated today. A ‘cascading bug’ is a bug with an effect that isn’t confined to a particular software element, but rather its effect “cascades” into other elements as well. One of the characteristics of such a bug is that it can have a significant impact on all users, worldwide, which was the case today. As soon as we discovered it, we took corrective actions, which included rolling back to a previous stable version of Twitter.Twitter VP of Engineering Mazen Rawashdeh • Formally denying that outside hacking was involved in Thursday’s downtime, hours after a hacker group took credit. Instead, they say it was a “cascading bug” that was to blame. So there’s that. (thanks @rmhrisk)