Classmates.com seems to use floating point for page numbers.
If you list 60 skills on your resume, you’re doing it wrong.
From Lennox International.
I use Banktivity for personal finance. It’s OK…Quicken is still the gold standard but I don’t trust their Mac development team for a few reasons. I was generating a report and entered a minus three to display the previous three years. Silly me, the minus sign was unnecessary.
Seen at the empty lot at 3rd & Virginia.
But it’s not empty. It has two condo mockups, complete with landscaping, that’ll be torn down when the building goes up.
Courtesy of Mephisto.
(Don’t worry, I’ve already changed the password.)
Seen on the fence around the new construction at the old Kirkland ParkPlace.
If you claim you are before you even exist, you won’t be.
From the Consumer Reports iOS app.
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.