While attempting to set up a new Google DoubleClick for Publishers account for a tutorial I’m writing, I ran into some of Google’s advanced authentication systems. Those folks are such geniuses. They call it nO-Auth.
You could never work at Google because you would never think of designing an authentication system this secure:
A system so secure, that it integrates across Google with Gmail to conceal all of its verification emails in spam:
So secure that it blocks access to even registered users, like this:
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Before ever granting access to a user interface as simple as this:
You could never work at Google, nor could I.