There are some web comics (like the intricate hypertext animated Homestuck) that approximate something that might be called high-tech.
According to yesterday’s xkcd strip, such phrases are hard to guess (even by brute force), but easy to remember, making them interesting password choices.
It’s a novel idea, but xkcd stops short of actually recommending such passwords, and so will I. I’m not responsible for anything that happens as a result of your password choice.
I kept them all, and I'll show them to you tomorrow! Dating crazy people is one thing, but dating crazy people who claim to have proved P=NP is another matter entirely.
The theory of NP-completeness provides many straightforward techniques for proving that a given problem is "just as hard" as a large number of other problems that are widely recognize as being difficult and that have been confounding the experts for years.
Wikipedia editors deliberately use its neutral voice and juxtaposing header templates as a way of fusing (achingly) high and (shudderingly) low cultural references together under a banner of supposed universality: though this syncretism helps to differentiate it (as a project) from traditional encyclopaedias, nobody involved is it is they collectively feel the urge to stitch XKCD’s web of cultural referentiality into Wikipedia’s fabric.