Kevin A. Burton
Thu Dec 27 12:45:27 PST 2001
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Jeff Waugh <email@example.com> writes:
> <quote who="Kevin A. Burton">
> > Even if there was no competition or protests just the fact that it is the
> > STUPIDEST thing thing since MS BOB should kill it off.
> > - - centralized service
> > - - storing secure information on an insecure platform (Windows)
> > - - totally proprietary.
> And kids, he's saying this with a face of TOTAL and UTTER seriousness.
qDo you have different feelings? I an confident that it will fail without our
The point is that it is fundamentally flawed. A decentralized authentication
model based on public/private key crypto is the solution.
The only thing that could get it past the stupidity is possibly the billions of
$$ that MS has in the bank.
MS could sell ice to eskimos with that much money! :)
Of course I am puttting my money where my mouth is on this issue! :)
Kevin A. Burton ( firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org )
Location - San Francisco, CA, Cell - 415.595.9965
Jabber - email@example.com, Web - http://relativity.yi.org/
The unconstitutional government, for the corporation, by the corporation, must be
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