The answer at the time seemed to be that if you combined “log in” and “login”, it exceeded “sign in”, but not by much. Upon subsequent logins in that browser, you should see the username and password automatically autofilled.I’ve also noticed that the trend toward “sign in” is increasing, especially with the most popular services. Users rely on these default password managers built into the browsers they use, and any proper modern login form should respect that, and be designed sensibly, e.g. What was it like actually seeing men when you were finally able to? They search the hell out of you when you leave on your last day. ” All I wanted to do was get out, go to the temporary housing, and take a fucking Silkwood shower, you know? Put her in the library.” I mean, never mind that I did a half-assed armed robbery, which was the dumbest thing you can do. Oh, I read the whole damn library when I wasn’t putting everything back where it was supposed to be. A 1970 manual on effective ways for municipalities to better manage and regulate water utilities! And for lack of anything else to do, I started reading them. Yeah, dude, I think I went about seven months without actually seeing a man that wasn’t my dad on visiting day, or else it was a man wearing riot gear who just looked furious. Yeah, they won’t be able to do that without the guards. To make sure you aren’t smuggling anything out, like messages to people on the outside, or evidence, or drugs of course. I was like, “Do you assholes think I’m going to take some souvenirs out of this shithole? Like, I’m going to sneak it out, put it on my nightstand, and reminisce about the time the guards beat the shit out of the crackhead? You know, I was glad I worked in the library, although I have to admit that it was pretty stereotypical of them to put me in there. Well, it was like, they looked at me and thought “White chick, not a hillbilly meth casualty, not a white girl who acts black, she can probably read. Who knows, maybe some Trekkie wandered in front of a bus or something, but one day we got like 60 of them. You mentioned earlier that there were no male guards at Jessup or Patuxent. ” And I pretty much had to tell him that I had to go back to Patuxent. Boo and Nicky are going over plans to smuggle a large quantity of heroin out of the prison. Caputo hires an exterminator who tells him that in order to handle the bedbug infestation, all the books in the library would have to be burned.
Sign In may be slightly more common, though Log In has some nautical and historical computing basis that makes it worthy: A couple of years ago I did a survey of top websites in the US and UK and whether they used “sign in”, “log in”, “login”, “log on”, or some other variant. (a pseudonym) is a decidedly reformed ex-convict who spent four years in Maryland maximum security prison for drug-related armed robbery in the late '90s. They would have put Michelle Obama through the same treatment if she were in there. Well, it sort of depended on which men we’re talking about. Oh, and dude, this bitch of a guard knew I was leaving, and she just went to town on the cavity search. They just assumed I was smart because I was white, had all my teeth, and wasn’t named Lu Anne or Raylene. The books were all donated, but the folks doing the donating weren’t being all high-minded as much as they were just cleaning out the garage. (Read her full story here.) Last year, we reviewed multiple episodes of Season 2 of Episode Two: "Bed Bugs and Beyond" Flaca is undergoing an examination in the infirmary, and the diagnosis is bedbugs. But there was never a lice infestation or anything? I mean, I got a few day releases, and then towards the end I got that work release job at the restaurant, but for the most part the men [who ate there] would be, like, balding pot-bellied dudes wearing Dockers. It wasn’t like I was pressing license plates or anything, but it wasn’t exactly an easy gig, either. Well, about once a week a CO would come in and inspect everything to make sure that all the books were properly shelved and alphabetized and everything, and they wouldn’t tell you which day. That's the default until you configure up the other methods of login. It's fine to have a username, of course, but let users log in with either their username or their email address.A login form with two fields, two buttons, and a link on it seems simple, right? It is, until you consider all the ways the simple act of logging in with those two fields can go wrong for the user. The critical fault of Open ID, as much as I liked it as an early login solution, was its assumption that users could accept an URL as their "identity". Because I can tell you with 100% certainty that when those users forget their password, and they will, all the time, they'll need that email anyway to get a password reset.