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I'm done with passwords. Ready for the biometric chip implant. Bring it.
Yes I'm using a password manager (chrome). But it doesn't work in all situations (neither would lastpass or another one). Often the password it has on file is wrong which means I have to reset it (again).
Remembering passwords is a lost cause since every site seems to have different requirements. Spaces allowed or not? Must have a capital letter or doesn't matter? Required numbers? Special characters? The variety of requirements has made memorizing passwords impossible and necessitates a password manager which only works if it's accessible. Using an app on your phone? On your own. Different computer or browser? Nope.
Wire me up. We're living in the future, right? How much longer before biometrics is widespread? Can I just hibernate until then?
CO Public Defender
DBA/Developer, 2003 - present
Designed/built and now maintain system-wide case management database for the Colorado State Public Defender. Additional projects with the PD office: helpdesk, bugtracker, inventory management, and appellate database (add-on to the main system).
Winston-Salem, NC - Hirakata, Japan - Colorado Springs, CO - Louisville, CO - Westminster, CO - Boone, NC - Fort Collins, NC - West Jefferson, NC
I started at Kiryu Aikido in 2009 after training for over 15 years in a variety of styles. I enjoy the consistent attention to basics and weapon work (staff and wooden sword) and how the weapon movements help our open hand techniques.
Andrew Blevins sensei constantly pushes us to improve by both focusing on technical details and working just outside our comfort zones so we can continue to move forward in our understanding of aikido.