On March 11, 2013, my reputation at Stack Overflow reached 5 thousand. This week it became 5,050:
It was gratifying that latest upvotes were to old answers from 2011.
While I was planning to write this post, my two answers brought in addition +20 points to reputation. So at the moment of this writing, my reputation is 5,070.
Up to now, I’ve earned at Stack Overflow:
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The lifetime license ensures that Outpost users have the opportunity to enjoy unlimited antivirus updates and product upgrades for the lifetime of the product. Following its "pay once and stay protected for life" promise, Agnitum has waived the expiration date on Outpost protection and is declining to capitalize on renewals.
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Every three months Windows reminds about changing password. And Windows 7 does in unobtrusive way:
Windows XP shows a dialog box asking whether you would like to change your password now, when you log in or unlock your computer. You have to click a button to continue working. I like the way Windows 7 does it better. Moreover there are email reminders sent in 21 days before your password expires.
Users don’t see such messages at home: Who wants to make oneself change one’s password every three months?
Do you have a password on your home computer?
Have you ever changed it since you setup Windows?