If you look online at the (United States) National Weather Service’s page http://www.weather.gov/okx/ you will see the New York City region’s webpage. Any one know why the abbreviation that would logically be NYC is OKX? I’ve checked and it is not ROT-13 or any similar transformation.
We all know those “security questions” that websites ask to verify user’s identities, sometimes called shared secrets. The ones like your mother’s maiden name and favorite high school pet’s phone number.
I propose a new one for technical people: What was the name (SSID) of the first wireless network you connected to?
If you notice a little ad to register to vote, it is on account of the upcoming United States election. I do not get anything if you click on it, and it will go away after the election.
Let me know if this bothers you.
For people who play games that allow massive numbers of choices all the time (such as a strategy game), let me ask a question:
Suppose you are starting a single player campaign from scratch. Your plan is well laid out in your mind and you know the game mechanics well. You’re not interested in experimenting this time. You start off… and something goes badly. Do you restart? (I’m assuming you can’t reload from a save.)
Let’s be more quantitative (or try to):
Suppose you had a graph. The x-axis is time, either real or game time, whichever is appropriate. The y-axis is likelihood of giving up and restarting or just quitting and not coming back.
Does it look like this:
Or more like this?
Or something else entirely?
I guess this is a proxy question for how seriously you take your particular game, and how perfectionistical you are. (;
Let me know with a comment.