Over 200 University of Central Florida students admitted to cheating on a midterm exam after their professor figured out at least a third of his class had cheated. In a lecture posted on YouTube, Professor Richard Quinn told the students that he had done a statistical analysis of the grades and was using other methods to identify the cheats, but instead of turning the list over to the university authorities he offered the following deal: "I don't want to have to explain to your parents why you didn't graduate, so I went to the Dean and I made a deal. The deal is you can either wait it out and hope that we don't identify you, or you can identify yourself to your lab instructor and you can complete the rest of the course and the grade you get in the course is the grade you earned in the course."
And improving Linux is like trying to beat the devil out of an autistic child, right?
While you initially discount paper, a folded notecard in my wallet has been the most reliable method thus far Honestly, when is the last time you've lost your wallet? For me this was eight years ago. Just as you cancel your credit/debit cards when losing a wallet, significant passwords can also be changed. Consider it a security feature Besides, the slight inconvenience of taking out your wallet for a forgotten password encourages you to remember it (I have a straight-terrible memory, and this has worked)
Possibly, but one step under a reusable container out of a recycling bin. Glass for life
Or possibly Guitar Hero, which the controller's color scheme/design and box art seem to be based directly on