Dan Taoless info
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I originally studied Philosophy at Duke, then entered the software development profession shortly after graduating in 2007.
In 2008, my wife and I joined WorldTeach and spent the year teaching English in Namibia. It’s a beautiful country with many wonderful cultures, and I would recommend it to anyone.
In 2009 we returned to the States, where I began work at a trading firm in Philadelphia. Eventually we moved to San Francisco in 2010, where I entered the Software Engineering program at CMU Silicon Valley.
While at CMU I also worked at ThoughtWorks, a software consultancy full of amazing people. I later worked at Cardpool, an online exchange for pre-paid gift cards.
At Google, I currently work on the Ads Review team.
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Can I send and receive text messages online?
@AlEverett: How do you figure? The FAQ says to ask "practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face"; it seems to me that's exactly what this is. Are you just objecting to the phrase "I was curious"?
Is there anything like a “temporary password” service for websites?
This thought crossed my mind too, but it still seems to me that something like what I've described could be possible. See my edit. Do you disagree that such a mechanism could be implemented? I'm certainly no expert; it just "seems possible" to me—if there are real technical reasons why this could not be done, I'm interested in understanding them.