I'd start with removing all those dumb Windows and Intel stickers.
Have your application link to a web form with the following fields:
Clearly explain the fields with examples.
Music in particular is very dependent on set and setting. Listening to the same piece of music at night in bed with your eye's closed is very different from the same track in the car on the commute to work. This is of course no function of the music itself, but because your mental state and it's resulting perceptions are different in each situation.
Following the same idea, the testing scenario itself can create a less than ideal context for listening. It is a test; an often more stressful and heightened situation. People want to do well. They also are forced to use other parts of their brain for things like interacting with the testing interface itself. They're maybe in front of a computer screen, or in an unfamiliar place with acoustics that their mind has not grown accustom to. This is not the kind of environment that allows for improved audio perception.
Imagine this technology paired with eye tracking so that where you look in a picture becomes where the focus is. Now run it at 24+ frames per second. Cool stuff.
It's not a possibility anymore, it's a certainty.
It's not a certainty. With 77 million accounts, a certain number of PSN users are going to be the victim of fraud every day anyway.
Regardless, I just had new card numbers reissued.
See http://www.dyndns.org for getting around dynamic IPs from your ISP.
You have zero experience with the Move, and completely false information about first party publishing.
Please mod troll down.
1. Create sea of regulation preventing competition from entering telecom business.
2. Achieve government-sanctioned monopoly on said services.
3. Screw over users.
4. Prevent users from regulating against being screwed in the name of freedom.
To communicate is the beginning of understanding. -- AT&T