NYT: "Problems With Precision and Judgment, but Not Integrity, in Tesla Test" A response by Margaret Sullivan, New York Times' Public Editor on the whole Tesla vs. NYT ordeal which I wrote about yesterday. Did [Broder] use good judgment along the way? Not especially. In particular, decisions [Broder] made at a crucial juncture – when he recharged the Model S in Norwich, Conn., a stop forced by the unexpected loss of charge overnight – were certainly instrumental in this saga’s high-drama ending.In addition, Mr. Broder left himself open to valid criticism by taking what seem to be casual and imprecise notes along the journey, unaware that his every move was being monitored. A little red notebook in the front seat is no match for digitally recorded driving logs, which Mr. Musk has used, in the most damaging (and sometimes quite misleading) ways possible, as he defended his vehicle’s reputation. — Margaret Sullivan I also gathered Tesla drivers are now adapting the term 'Brodering' to describe stalling due to human error. That is funny.