Stealing Money with Salami Slicing Attacks (w/ Matt Parker), You Don’t Know the Back of Your Hand, and Tylenol Eases Social Exclusion

Stand-up mathematician Matt Parker explains real-life “salami slicing” attacks like the one in the movie Office Space. You’ll also learn about how Tylenol can help ease the pain of social rejection; and why you probably don’t know the back of your hand very well at all.

Tylenol and forgiveness may ease the pain of social exclusion by Grant Currin

Additional resources from Matt Parker

How well do you know the back of your hand? Probably not very well at all by Cameron Duke

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