|An experiment about PINs
I want to try an experiment.
Imagine you're calling an automated phone system to set up an account. The phone system asks you to make up your own PIN code to control access to the account, and to press the # key when done.
Did you think of a number? Good. Hold that in your head. I'm not going to ask you for it, but I do want to ask you a few questions about the number you chose under the cut, as an anonymous poll. (Meaning that even I can't see who answered what, for security.) If you haven't thought of the PIN code you would use in this hypothetical situation, do so now.
I explain why I'm doing this in another cut inside the cut below!
( And here are the questions )
It's just been brought to my attention that I actually have someone on my Friends list on LJ who actually lives close enough to me to *walk* past my street many times a week. I didn't even know this.
So now I wonder how many other people are the same. Thus, a poll! (on LJ, this will link to the Dreamwidth version; if LJ people want to answer, sign in with OpenID and you should be able to do so.)
[I posted this earlier but messed up, so here's a repost.]
Open to: Registered Users, detailed results viewable to: Just the Poll Creator, participants: 48
How close do you live to Reading, in the UK?