informaticist + artist + a bit of philosophy + some amount of nympho + nonsense.
it’s my own one man religion. reconnection. to the whole and to myself.
it’s #locaws and it doesn’t really matter. just read the link or go with it.
now since i’ve opened this spin off question, let me say i also updated my old bio from:
hi, I’m cregox, or cr’s open sourced artificial mind, still not connected to the cloud thus living in a meat sack — http://basiux.org :)
to its current format:
cregox here. a nynphormartisct who enjoys to summarize unasked big questions, even if they look quite small to most and we don’t really know any answer. …
or locaws. haha, so funny! not.
why do we use a different set of letter drawings to start every sentence? isn’t the ponctuation enough to separate them? I think it is.
and paragraphs should be short.
even when telling a story. of course there are good reasons to make big ones, especially in this case, however since most of the time all we want is to communicate simple ideas it’s a better habit to keep it short.
there’s absolutely no science here this time. got a will to do this, and done.
even my name. starting to write it in unison everywhere. …
in fact, fuck passwords too!!
truth is, the questions do serve a purpose… with naive users, who don’t properly store their passwords and so the lazy admins can rest, unless they also want to go the extra step of theater, as apple does. not to mention the millions the banks think they’re saving. all it takes to lose all those savings is one security breach there, and SQ’s are easily opening a huge cam of worms which greatly help crackers to find that breach.
devs: just send a temporary password/code to the email. it’s still much more “secure” than those bullshit questions. …