33 posts • joined 7 Apr 2010
If they're the ones I'm thinking of (just at the right place for your thumb to hit) they have caused me, many a time, to toggle Silent Running on - usually when in the middle of a pitched battle that I'm losing, with no shields and 40% hull.
I really should change those key bindings one day..
> The idea of a biometric door lock is very sound
No, no it's not.
In your examples, you are storing the dog-walker et.al's biometric information.
Why should they give you access to their phone, their own house (if they too have one of these locks)?
How are you storing that information? What if you get hacked?
It's not a good idea. I suspect it will be repeated on here many many times : Biometric data is not authentication, it's identification.
1) It's now at least $120k
2) The link to the site/page concerned must have been accidently deleted... these things happen. http://theoatmeal.com/blog/funnyjunk_letter
3) Whilst deriding him for a host of failings, you also said "sending out the takedowns becomes a full-time job." This is exactly why he has taken the path he has. Read the original.
Happy to help.
at least for me.
LinkedIn was one of my 'standard low-security' passwords, it seems not to have been one of the leaked ones, but The Password Gorilla now protects all my work and home logins (across fedora and win7 - just need a gorilla client for small fondleslab now) and every single one is different.....
About bl**dy time I did it, too.... and hopefully it will encourage everyone else to do the same.
I'd just like to say that I love F13 and 12, and I'm looking forward to loving F14.
I haven't found a way that I can contribute back to it yet (apart from encouraging my favourite paid-for app to support it), but when I can be arsed, my work machine will be upgrading from 13 to 14.
Ubuntu to play music and vids at home (although even that's looking less appealing these days) and Fedora for my "I have to get shit done" laptop.
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