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I think I have a useful analogy that I came up with when responding to this person's question. Steve: Andy was talking about the Art of Noise, and I just thought I would share that my absolute all-time favorite cut of theirs is called "Moments in Love." And it is just - it is a fabulous piece of music.
Steve: So our Picture of the Week is just wonderful.
Security was worse, and my cards were being compromised constantly because I was out there on the front lines buying things.
But we didn't have Amazon to aggregate so many purchases.
666, that'll be, not coincidentally, that's the two-thirds point.
Google has announced that - and this one I said, wait, can this be true?
And normally I'm just going to Northern California once a year.And so what's happening is the message is finally getting through not to click on links in email. And as we've talked in the past, corporations are educating their employees.Some of them are employing outside firms to run benign probes of their employees from the outside to try to phish them into clicking a link and then sending them to the principal.Check Point Research, that we talk about every so often because they're a great security research team, did a blog posting a few days ago titled "Hacked in Translation: From Subtitles to Complete Takeover." And once again, it's been a theme for this podcast for the last couple years, once we saw this sort of - we were able to generalize a set of problems that kept recurring.And that is how difficult it is for interpreters not to have mistakes in them.
So anyway - besides, you're going to be on a permanent vacation by then anyway, so I don't think...