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Comment: Re:Not much good if the passcode is easy to guess (Score 1) 375

by Moxon (#39497791) Attached to: Cops Can Crack an iPhone In Under Two Minutes

In my mind it doesn't even matter if cut off body parts are actually usable for biometric authentication. Any self-respecting thug who has seen Demolition Man, Minority Report, or one of the many others, will have to try the trick for himself just in case the people who said it didn't work were just trying to keep the competition in the dark..

Comment: Re:Why bother? (Score 1) 231

by Moxon (#38050280) Attached to: Schools Buy<nobr> <wbr></nobr>.xxx Domains In Trademark Panic

Indeed. The Norwegian writer, law professor, and early adopter Jon Bing had bing.no for years before Microsoft bought it from him for an undisclosed sum. Everyone's happy.

Though I suppose in a "no TLDs" world where he had .bing, Microsoft would just have named their search engine something else..

Comment: Re:Really? (Score 1) 172

by Moxon (#35526854) Attached to: Ubisoft Announces Music Game For Real Guitars

It's not that different from a skilled typist still looking at his hands once in a while. Besides the force of habit and natural tendency to look at your hands while working, it sometimes helps improve accuracy. I can type blind, but I often look down when typing in a new password. I can also play blind, but when it's not a very well rehearsed riff, I feel that looking at my left hand improves my accuracy and helps me focus on what I'm doing.

(but of course, if you're playing a guitar by vision alone, you're no better than the hunt-and-peck typist)

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