When SMS confirmation codes first went mainstream, they were four digits long.
Then, five digits long.
Today I had to enter a seven-digit SMS code to confirm my login with UnitedHealthcare.
This security technique is hitting a useability wall. Going beyond eight digits will make people not use it for two-factor authentication.
A chocolate chip cookie uses the fact that it actually contains chocolate chips as a selling point.
I’m not a foodie. But c’mon.
If you refer to yourself as a leader, you likely aren’t one.
If you refer to yourself as a “thought leader,” you are without a doubt not one.
The titles and descriptions I read on LinkedIn will occasionally wind me up.
This is from the new version of iStat Menus.
Two weeks, Alaska? I could walk a mag tape over to you in less time.
His email signature contained four text links and four image links.
And “x to y days” is a pet peeve. Why not say, “Please allow up to three business days?” Or better, “Please allow three business days?”