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The Most Common Password in the World Is Still “123456”

The Most Common Password in the World Is Still “123456”

I can’t believe anyone still uses 123456 as a password.¬† So I’m shocked that it’s not just one person but TONS of people who are still riding the 123456 train. The website KeeperSecurity.com just figured out the most common passwords of 2016 by studying 10 million passwords that were revealed in data leaks and hacks.…

No Matter How Quickly You Talk, You Convey Information At The Same Rate

No Matter How Quickly You Talk, You Convey Information At The Same Rate

Are you a fast talker? It turns out it doesn’t matter how quickly or slowly you talk– you still convey information at the same rate. Brown University researchers used two different sources of data on speech that included a total of 398 people. They determined each participant’s information rate, or how much information they conveyed,…

Tim Kurkjian

Tim Kurkjian

ESPN’s Tim Kurkjian talks about the Baseball Hall of Fame vote

Did you know there was an Egg Nog riot at West Point in 1826?

Did you know there was an Egg Nog riot at West Point in 1826?

Thanks to our Friends at Mental Floss, here’s the story of how cadets at West Point rioted in 1826. ¬†Drinking Egg Nog at holiday celebrations was traditional at West Point, until new rules imposed an alcohol prohibition. The Egg Nog Riot of 1826