Chuck Robey wrote:
> You guys are missing the central fact: No, it's not perfect. Yes, it's
> far better than what we have today.
> On the other hand, maybe you guys are joking, and I'm being too serious?
> The thing _really is_ a ring, you can see it on their web site, and it'
> seems really cheap. I'm going to get more info ...
Yes, I was certainly joking when I went off on the urinalysis thread.
(And yes, it's XX-chromosome-enabled, that's what I get for trying to
dredge up the one life sciences class I ever took from 20-year-old
I agree that a Java ring with your PGP key on it is a great idea, both
for personal authentication and to store your PGP key in a private
place. I think most users would be astonished to learn that if they
ever store a PGP key on their employer's computer (at least in the
USA) it pretty much becomes legal property of the employer.
"Where am I, and what am I doing in this handbasket?"
Wes Peters Softweyr LLC
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