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  1. Eliminate The Password! By Rhonda Hansome

    Thursday, September 26, 2013

    When together last time, we paid homage to the plethora of electronic devices, smartphones, ATM’s, tablets and ubiquitous micro-sensors enabling our modern, efficient, soulless lives. 

    Glorious days and nights filled to the brim with non-information overload, hyper-stimulation and the efficiency of automated daily exchange!  

    Mechanized life seamlessly integrated into every day.  Quiet electric emissions enveloping us like a smallpox infected blanket, offered with benign intentions and rendering devastating results.

    What could raise our modern technologically fueled existence to a quintessential superficial experience?  What innovation could possibly enhance our electronically based somnambulistic rituals of electronic interface? 

    Eliminate The Password!

    Abolish pesky passwords and PIN’s required to access every aspect of living. 

    Jettison secret codes, numbers and memory prompting acronyms.

    In your lifetime, possibly next week, access WITHOUT A PASSWORD: Blogger, Twitter, Hulu, Gmail, Fandango, Facebook, Xbox, ATM’s, gas at a pump; and LITERALLY OPEN DOORS - to your apartment, car or gym with your heartbeat.





    Oh joy, oh rupture – I mean rapture! With biometrics , forget passwords and keys.  You have all-access using your unique electronic sign in – your heartbeat.

    Imagine the convenience of: 
                                                Forgetting your Unername
                                                                  Never having to carry a jangling ring of keys
    No passwords to remember 
                                                 PINS - a useless relic!

                      What could possibly go wrong with a system in which access to

                                                    EVERY ASPECT OF YOUR 

                                                              ENTIRE LIFE 

                                                 is based on a biometric sensor?

               Guess we'll find out soon enough...





    Rhonda Hansome is an actress, writer, director and stand-up comic. Follow her
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  2. 2 comments:

    1. Rhonda, I watched the video and expected a punch line, but it was serious. No punch line. Just anxiety -- mine. Oh Lord. It's like those creepy futuristic tv movies coming true. Started feeling like that to me when they removed humans from many train stations.

    2. Rhonda said...

      "Started feeling like that to me when they removed humans from many train stations." You are absolutely right Mindy. That's what prompted me to write last week: "No one to hear a passenger’s cries protesting sexual assault or the incessant live accordion version of Blurred Lines." We seem to be marching into a sci fi horror future, pacified & blinded by our hand held devices...

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