Excellent movie I had already seen, but I figured I wanted to share with people who feel less strongly about this.
By no means a replacement of the Cocoia Exploded Settings tee, but I wanted to wear this and I was told others enjoyed it as well. Represent the...
It's often said that there is great value in having a distinct shirt at WWDC, and while I'm not very preoccupied with that notion myself, I do...
Steam for Mac will be available for download in a week's time. Steam, for the uninitiated, is the world's largest gaming platform, serving in...
While I was doing some research for one of my upcoming projects today, I found the very first Photoshop icon. It's actually a tiny little photo...
Hmm, I agree to an extent but some of the topics discussed, for example the biometric passports, I don’t agree with.
Just because we associate those methods of identification with criminals doesn’t have to mean that data from your fingerprints or eye colour is too invasive. With the technology to produce important documents such as this becoming more available, how else are the authorities going to be sure who you are?
While it is a nicely produced video, it is spreading FUD. It is a perfect example of people shooting down security ideas and plans, but not having an alternative. Either come up with a better solution or find a way of modifying the current practice to make it better.
Simple solution – don’t change it from what it used to be. There’s absolutely no need. None of the attacks thus far would have been prevented or deflected with any of these invasive techniques.
(Psst – none of the “airline security” measures that have been implemented mean anything either. Lock the cabin door and be done with it.)
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