. . . I won a hundred grand . . . oh, wait, that was somebody else. Take a look at this article on Yahoo Daily News about a seventeen year old Romanian-born girl who received a $100,000 scholarship for winning the 59th Intel Science Talent Search competition. She used an encryption technique called steganography to embed a message within a data file of a strand of DNA. Umm, 'kay.
When I was seventeen, I ... was celebrating the fact that I could finally see R-rated movies. If you want me, I'll be in the corner pondering how little I've accomplished in my lifetime.
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