[jp] Almost don't want to ask here....
accessys at smart.net
accessys at smart.net
Mon Aug 26 13:25:04 EDT 2013
and so far no one has ever hacked my address book. because I
"technically" don't have one.
and I always carry a "real" camera have since I was a kid am pretty
serious amatuer photographer and these camera/phones just don't have the
flexibility I demand even in my "Carry camera"
with film it was an Olympus even half frame for awhile. now a small
Canon. would leave my phone home before my camera.
On Mon, 26 Aug 2013, Jim Seymour wrote:
> Date: Mon, 26 Aug 2013 12:29:37 -0400
> From: Jim Seymour <jseymour at LinxNet.com>
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> To: jpilot at jpilot.org
> Subject: Re: [jp] Almost don't want to ask here....
> On Mon, 26 Aug 2013 11:52:21 -0400 (EDT)
> accessys at smart.net wrote:
>> I personally do not like all in one devices, ...
> I think it sometimes it makes sense. At work the border router is
> separate from the firewall. Both at work and at home the WiFi AP(s)
> are separate from the LAN switches. But where EDC (every day carry)
> personal tech is concerned? To me it's a no-brainer. I don't even
> want to have to carry *two* devices, much-less three or four.
> I can take a picture and _instantly_ send it somewhere, if I wish. I
> can search for a business and map it or have its phone number brought
> up in my dialer. I can look up a contact and phone, IM or email them
> with a single "click." I can take notes, wherever I am, look at them
> later, email them, what-have-you.
> I have done _all_ of these things, just w/in the last week. And
> that's just off the top of my head. None of them were contrived uses,
> either. I actually had to remember I had the tool at-hand when the need
>> (I'm a belts and
>> suspenders kind of guy)
> So am I, but what you're describing isn't "belt and suspenders." Belt
> and suspenders is "two or more things used to accomplish a single
> task, each of which can stand on its own." An example is my having a
> separate border router (with it's own limited firewalling capability)
> and firewall.
> Arguably, by having say, your addressbook separate from your
> communications device, you've introduced an extra point-of-failure into
> your ability to contact someone.
> What you *do* accomplish is "security by isolation." (Cue Battlestar
> Galactica ;).) Nobody's going to hack your addressbook via your
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