Hypothetical question from "You Are Not So Smart": Suppose you won a lottery. Let's say $1 million. However, it's a very special lottery. You have to split your winnings with another person, chosen at random. Here's the catch: If she or he rejects your offer, you both get nothing. What percentage do you offer?
Was momentarily pissed at Google 2-Step verification because the 30 days expired while I'm abroad. Had to enable roaming on my iPhone and got about 40 texts before I got the one with the code. Was annoying but I figure it's < $10 insurance for extra protection on my Gmail account. Should remember to make a copy of my 10 one-off codes for next time.
"If you look at four-year-olds, they are constantly asking questions and wondering how things work," Gregerson observed generally. "But by the time they are six and a half years old they stop asking questions because they quickly learn that teachers value the right answers more than provocative questions." It's a haunting finding that raises...
Dear EVERYONE: If you don't have 2-factor authentication active for your Google/Gmail account, DO IT NOW. My Mom's Gmail account was hacked this morning. She's been locked out of her account and all of her contacts have been sent email ostensibly from her asking for emergency money.