Thursday, January 24, 2013
Do you recognise the underlying tune? - Yes, it made me grin as well!.
Friday, January 29, 2010
Personally I use an amalgam of my age, the year, my phone number, my sister's name (she has 5) and the postcode for my last abode.
Amichai Shulman is the chief technology officer at Imperva, which makes software for thwarting hackers. Recently, he undertook a study of 32 million passwords stolen by an unknown hacker from Rockyou!, an online service that makes widgets for social networking sites like Facebook.
The list is depressing testimony to our collective lack of creativity in the arena of personal security.
“I guess it’s just a flaw in human genetics,” Shulman told the New York Times.
Most people aren't so 'cautious' and use some very obvious passwords. Here are the top 20 in order of popularity:
Thursday, November 26, 2009
As technology advanced the foam puppets moved over to Fraggle Rock and eventually even that was replaced on the TV shows, for the next generation of kids, by Ninja Turtles, Transformers, Postman Pat and other imaginative heroes.
I recently found out that my beloved wife, Mrs Jumblerant (aka Her Indoors or Mrs J) did not watch Sesame Street or the Muppet Show as a child. Her elder siblings made sure that the first programs she watched were Happy Days and The Love Boat. Sadly she missed out. She never learnt rudimentary Spanish on the stoop with Maria, or how to count, with the Count.
Sesame Street marked 40 years of production on the 10th November and I'm happy to say that our son Jack will be able to grow up with the The Muppet Show as well as it starts to make a return on YouTube.
Click here to get to the Muppet Show Channel on YouTube for some modern-day Muppet Show fun.
And here, thanks to Topless Robot, is the Muppet Show's 10 Weirdest Moments.