The term 'mainframe' doesn't get thrown around as much as buzzwords like 'cloud computing' these days; except in Hollywood. The movies are still obsessed with the idea of someone hacking into the mainframe. Or, to be more specific, "hacking the mainframe" is still a convenient but lazy plot device that lets characters discover vital expository backstory, or escape a seemingly inescapable situation.

And everything from The Matrix to Goldeneye has been guilty of it. For shame Hollywood, when will you get with the times and start using password/personal ID breaches instead? [Slacktory via Buzzfeed]