I'd already contributed to both, but I upped my Dreamfall pledge when they posted that status update advertising Torment *despite* the fact that Torment has already blown by their funding so far. Pretty awesome thing to do.
Quick poll, is vulnerable to brute-force attacks better or worse than T-Mobile's "email me my existing password in plaintext" forgot-password feature? (Yes, T-Mobile uses your phone number as your username too.)
Obviously, linkedin is learning fast from the publicity here, but that doesn't stop other companies from sending emails with your password if you click "forgot password". (*cough*T-Mobile*cough*) I deny that proper password security is either hard or expensive. What we really need is a good way to shame companies into doing it right. Preferably one that doesn't involve leaking a few million passwords.
"Yeah, our policy is to wire up all our new interns. After the first burnout, or if their physician starts complaining about their body weight (forgetting to eat is a common side-effect), we give 'em a test. If they've learned enough by then, we hire 'em. If not, well, we're not running a charity here."
Why has nobody mentioned Borderlands on this subject? On the off chance you could actually join a multiplayer game, (even LAN over Hamichi didn't work) your mic had no PTT mode! If you had a mic plugged in, it was enabled and in voice-activated mode. The only way to turn it off was to unplug your mic. As of when the second DLC pack was released, (and I gave up and stopped paying attention) there was still no other option or workaround. I've never seen a PC port so fundamentally unusable as when I tried using multiplayer in Borderlands.
This link is the single best reason why I chose spideroak over dropbox: https://spideroak.com/engineering_matters#true_privacy To quote: "SpiderOak's encryption is comprehensive -- even with physical access to the storage servers, SpiderOak staff cannot know even the names of your files and folders." I was not looking for a convenient file-sharing service though. If you want file-sharing, Dropbox probably does that better. I was specifically looking for a cloud backup service I could use to sync both my linux server and my windows laptop. I wish their android app was more than just a file-access point, I'd love to put the txt messages and pictures on my phone in there too.