Most people with a smartphone could use one of these. Go pledge your $16."
No. No there is not.
This would be the same mid-twentieth-century South that landed several vessels on the moon and brought them home?
Um, biometric authentication fails badly when used for remote, non-controlled devices. All it really is then is a long, awkward, very-hard-to-remember password. If I intercept it, I've still got a perfectly usable copy. Biometrics has a place on controlled hardware. For general computing, it is nothing but smoke and mirrors.
How do you know my browser is passing your server an actual retina scan and not a saved value I copied from Bob's PC via my quasi-key-logger attached to Bob's USB eye-scanner?
Way too late. http://www.bigredpopcorn.com/
The phrase might make more sense if you read it as his "administration might fall". That's closer terminology from an American perspective.
Hmm. I don't think all of that will prevent death. Maybe delay it. Prevention is pretty much out-the-window.
Or, are you trolling?
As an answer, I've used Virtual Dimensions and Dexpot a lot. Last I used one, I preferred Dexpot.
Now, a slight variant of the question. Are there any truly multi-monitor aware virtual desktops. I mainly am looking for the ability to run the two screens as independent virtual desktops and change them independently.
fortune: cpu time/usefulness ratio too high -- core dumped.