T-Mobile has a program that gives you 1000 minutes or texts for $100, and you have a 1 year to use them. I'm not on the phone a lot, so that lasts me five or six months. So I'm paying less than $20 per month.
For years I used a long password at Vanguard. Then I discovered they only use the first 10 characters. So not only do that use weak passwords, they don't even tell you. You could have a long password, but if the first 10 were easily guessed or socially engineered, you wouldn't even know it.
Keller? Sounders? This is unwatchable. #rctid
quaith writes "It's not the way they dress, but the appearance of their face. A study published in PLoS One by Nicholas O. Rule and Nalini Ambady of Tufts University used closely cropped greyscale photos of people's faces, standardized for size. Undergrads were asked to categorize each person as either a Democrat or Republican. In the first study, students were able to differentiate Republican from Democrat senate candidates. In the second, students were able to differentiate the political affiliation of other college students. Accuracy in both studies was about 60% — not perfect, but way better than chance."
I have a credit card with Chase: they don't even allow non alpha-numeric characters in hteir passwords. What possible reason could they have for limiting characters to letters and numbers?
drewtheman writes "New studies of the plumbing that feeds the Yellowstone supervolcano in Wyoming's Yellowstone National Park shows the plume and the magma chamber under the volcano are larger than first thought and contradicts claims that only shallow hot rock exists. University of Utah research professor of geophysics Robert Smith led four separate studies that verify a plume of hot and molten rock at least 410 miles deep that rises at an angle from the northwest."
Ok, I'll admit this is funny as hell. But what I'm really curious about is who mod'ed it as "informative?"