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The fewer vs. less debate may seem like one of those debates that end in a standstill. They mean the same thing, don’t they? Believe it or not, they don’t! According to, fewer is used when referring to people or things in the plural. For example, people are buying…

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To be the hero of your own story, you may have to be the villain in someone else’s.

Q: You think fingerprint biometric security is actually less secure than passwords. Why?

A: Because you can change passwords and it is not trivial to extract your password from you, if you don’t want to disclose it. If you get arrested, your phone locked with a good password and activated encryption requires a lengthy forensics process to unlock, with a judge regulating it. With a fingerprint, they just swipe the phone across your handcuffed hands and have access to your data.

Each time, the format is the same. Walk down the hall. Speak, centered at the vanishing point of the hall, drawing the viewer toward the center of the frame. Turn around, walk away. I am the president. You wait for me. I have said all I have to say, and now I am walking away. This is not my work. My work is back there. And I gotta get back to work.
From a Brendan Greeley post on why Obama doesn’t make speeches from the White House