What I do is take a plaintext, easy to memorize phrase, run it through a MD5 hasher, and using the resulting hash as the password. Need capitals and special symbols? Just hold down the shift key for parts of it. » 12/01/14 4:37pm 12/01/14 4:37pm

The thing is that MSG is used often to add flavour to otherwise bad-tasting inferior ingredients. It's not MSG; it's was it's usually put with. » 9/10/14 4:46pm 9/10/14 4:46pm

Under classical mechanics, momentum must be conserved. In other words, to move the spaceship in one direction, it must throw some mass in the opposite direction. This is why rockets carry fuel - they move themselves by violently throwing hot gas away from themselves, generating thrust. » 8/01/14 11:39am 8/01/14 11:39am

I can appreciate what I have in life, but I can't bring myself to do what this article is suggesting because I just feel that I'm full of myself if I do it. » 7/27/14 7:11am 7/27/14 7:11am

Not sure if troll or not, but I'm gonna pretend it's serious. I'm no expert (I'm a biomedical engineer, not aerospace), but I know of a few problems from playing KSP... » 7/24/14 8:32am 7/24/14 8:32am

My take is to take a phrase (preferably relatively long, say 10 words), and hash it, and then use the resulting hash as my password. The hash looks completely random (hold down the shift key for capitals and punctuation), and you can just hash the phrase again in case you forgot the password. » 7/09/14 6:36am 7/09/14 6:36am

MMS has started working for me in the past 6 months. I can't send MMS though the GV number, but receiving is no problem (including forwarding to my actual phone). » 7/08/14 12:03pm 7/08/14 12:03pm