Sources: Def Con/Charlie Miller, YouTube, AutoSec.org , 
quote: I find it hard to find sympathy for those that have accidents while driving intoxicated. The only ones I feel sorry for are the ones they leave behind or those they injure/kill in the process.
quote: A toxicology screen revealed “a small amount of amphetamine” in Hastings’s blood, which was “consistent with possible intake of methamphetamine many hours before death." However, the amount detected was “unlikely to have an intoxicative effect at the time of the accident.” Additionally, “marijuana was present in the blood…indicating intake hours earlier.”
quote: Michael Hastings: "My advice to journalists: Smoke crack, Twitter occasionally"The best line in The New Yorker post is when Packer admits to living a crack-free lifestyle. (“I haven’t used crack, either,” he writes.) Well, I have smoked crack. I recommend it for all writers to try at least once, especially to New Yorker staffers. It’s pretty good–it’s crack, after all–and down the crack pipe went my first semester at college. But torching a crack rock is very different from typing a Tweet.For what it’s worth, I’ve always thought that blogging, not Twittering, was the media version of crack. Metaphorically speaking: I get an intense high from instantly publishing, but the minute I stop, I get a kind of an empty and anxious feeling, as if I’ve just poured part of my soul into a spiritual void. I stopped smoking crack ten years ago–it got a little out of hand– but I have come to terms with blogging. It’s healthy as long as I don’t allow it to totally consume me.
quote: Really? Hastings used crack 14 years ago; then he went on the wagon at age 19 (although admitted a drunken binge in 2010 and did some Adderall in 20120.
quote: The methamphetamine is certainly more suspect.
quote: Perhaps it was Medical Methamphetamine? Obvious taking the pot wasn't working for him.