Yesterday afternoon, dozens of prominent Americans’ Twitter accounts were hacked. The perpetrators used their newfound power to promise handouts of $1,000 worth of bitcoin, if only you were to first prove, uh, something by sending $1,000 worth of the same to one of several wallets. (By all means, let’s definitely let the guy running Twitter have his own bank.)

Elon Musk’s account was among the very first so struck. Given Musk’s history on the social media platform and unbidden generosity with other currencies, one might have expected many to assume that this was a totally legitimate tweet.


But congratulations, Teslarati: Unlike followers of Apple and Barack Obama, you passed the test.


A Brazen Online Attack Targets V.I.P. Twitter Users in a Bitcoin Scam [NYT]


By Heisenberg Media (Flickr: Elon Musk - The Summit 2013) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Someone Else Doesn’t Like Elon Musk’s Tweets

Nor, for that matter, is Congress particularly amused by Jack Dorsey’s.

By Heisenberg Media (Flickr: Elon Musk - The Summit 2013) [CC BY 2.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Play With Elon Musk’s Fire, Get Burned

Whether it’s a decade in a Sardinian jail or whatever the Chinese do to people whose cars explode in parking garages.


Technoking Of Tesla Sued For Tweeting

Sadly, nothing about the above headline is satirical or even exaggerated.


Instead Of Austin, Maybe Elon Musk Should Move To Seoul

What’s the South Korean government’s position on exterminating MBAs?


It Only Looked Like Elon Musk Had A Bad Year

As with everything else Tesla-related, when you get into the proper magical realms, it looked more like a $2.3 billion year.

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Elon Musk Is Clearly Still Struggling With His Addiction To Doing Bad Tweets

The Tesla board can only help someone if he wants to help himself.