Eleven-year-old budding entrepreneur Mira Modi is on a roll peddling passwords.
The enterprising New York City sixth-grader began selling passwords that she generates by rolling dice to her friends and family for fun. Last month, she decided to take her business to the next level online. The result is dicewarepasswords.com, her first ecommerce endeavor.
Her sales pitch is too good not share in full — particularly impressive considering her age:
Buying a password seems crazy. But trying to make your own passwords is even crazier. C’mon – admit it, your passwords could be better. Instead of 12345 or password, your passwords could be longer, stronger, and more unique.
That’s where I come in. Using a proven methodology, I build long, strong, memorable passwords using strings of words from the dictionary that I select using dice. This method has been endorsed by no less an authority than the XKCD comic.