It's because the P is silent.
… because it was the first Indie film.
The Guy Who Invented Those Annoying Password Rules Now Regrets Wasting Your Time
We’ve all been forced to do it: create a password with at least so many characters, so many numbers, so many special characters, and maybe an uppercase letter. Guess what? The guy who invented these standards nearly 15 years ago now admits that they’re basically useless. He is also very sorry.
The latest set of NIST guidelines recommends that people create long passphrases rather than gobbledygook words like the ones Bill thought were secure.
You're better off using rando ass passwords for every.single.account. and then a strong passphrase for however you secure them (unless you have wicked memory powers and can remember the phrases for a bunch of sites!).
Government Report Finds Drastic Impact of Climate Change on U.S.
The report directly contradicts Trump administration claims about global warming and concludes that temperatures have risen rapidly since 1980.
“Evidence for a changing climate abounds, from the top of the atmosphere to the depths of the oceans,” the report’s executive summary informs readers. “Thousands of studies conducted by tens of thousands of scientists around the world have documented changes in surface, atmospheric and oceanic temperatures; melting glaciers; disappearing snow cover; shrinking sea ice; rising sea level; and an increase in atmospheric water vapor. … The last few years have also seen record-breaking, climate-related weather extremes, as well as the warmest years on record for the globe.”
“There are no alternative explanations” to human industrial activity being the cause, it adds, and “no natural cycles are found in the observational record that can explain the observed changes in climate.”
Bitcoin can get to $100,000 if it keeps following one of tech’s golden rules
Bitcoin is trading at record highs on…
Since bitcoin's inception, according to Porto, its price has doubled every eight months and seems to follow one of tech's "golden rules" — Moore's law. The rule, which was devised in 1965 by Intel cofounder Gordon Moore, describes the exponential improvements of digital technology.