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Jake and Amir: Password

You shall not password.

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Screencap - Gotcha.

Screencap - Gotcha.

Great New iPhone 5 Security Feature

It’s as easy as getting a new phone every time you forget your password.

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What’s your Tumblr password? Huh? We’re just asking because this Upright Citizens Brigade sketch perfectly captures how annoying most websites are about capital letters, special characters, and finding a secret word you’ll never actually remember for protecting your secrets.

Child Leaves Threatening Letter about Computer Password
I’ve asked a handwriting analyst to look at this letter. He confirmed that this kid is completely insane.

Child Leaves Threatening Letter about Computer Password

I’ve asked a handwriting analyst to look at this letter. He confirmed that this kid is completely insane.

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WiFi Prostitutes (feat. Anna Wood and Dane Dehaan of Chronicle)

Girls are like wireless Internet. Some are easier to access than others.

10 Ways to Make the Internet Better

6. Post Rater-
We’ve already got built-in technology for rating the strength of a  new password, why not add a version of that to Facebook and Twitter?  That way, any time you were about to post something boring, offensive,  or offensively boring, this handy tool would offer up a color-coded  critique.
Here’s how it works: GREEN means you’re good to go, YELLOW means your word choice could be better, ORANGE means you probably said something unintentionally racist, RED means you definitely said something intentionally racist, and BLUE means you mentioned the weather. The best part is that whatever color  rating you receive, no one will really even care or notice because  you’re posting it on the Internet, which is like the digital equivalent  of shouting “sure is hot today!” while walking through an uninhabited  desert.

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10 Ways to Make the Internet Better

6. Post Rater-

We’ve already got built-in technology for rating the strength of a new password, why not add a version of that to Facebook and Twitter? That way, any time you were about to post something boring, offensive, or offensively boring, this handy tool would offer up a color-coded critique.

Here’s how it works: GREEN means you’re good to go, YELLOW means your word choice could be better, ORANGE means you probably said something unintentionally racist, RED means you definitely said something intentionally racist, and BLUE means you mentioned the weather. The best part is that whatever color rating you receive, no one will really even care or notice because you’re posting it on the Internet, which is like the digital equivalent of shouting “sure is hot today!” while walking through an uninhabited desert.

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I asked my 76 year old Dad to put in his password on his computer in order to open it up. He said he tried but it always turned out to be just “X’s.”