Former President Bill Clinton appeared on The Daily Show last week. Jon Stewart asked about Clinton’s DNC speech, and Clinton shared an insight that’s applicable to crisis communications.
Just think about any time in your life you’ve been confused or angry or frightened or resentful or anything and you didn’t know what was going on. In those moments, explanation is way more important than eloquence.
Worth remembering next time there’s an incident involving complex technology or circumstances. Watch it below at the 2:15 mark.
Sorted by popularity, goblin green (#5AB82F) is the most male (93%) color, while dusty rose pink (#D2697E) is 99% female. The chart is sized by relative usage and positioned vertically by gender preference, so these percentages represent the degree to which they were mentioned by male vs. female survey respondents, not their overall overall popularity.
DataGenetics analyzed 3.4 million four digit passwords and found, perhaps unsurprisingly, that the most popular password is 1234 — representing nearly 11% of the 3.4 million passwords. And almost 27% of all passwords could be guessed by attempting the top 20 combinations.
Statistically, with 10,000 possible combination, if passwords were uniformly randomly distributed, we would expect the these twenty passwords to account for just 0.2% of the total, not the 26.83% encountered.
Also popular? Numeric passwords that can be interpreted as years.