Steve Gibson, of SpinRite fame has come up with sort of a super-simple variation on the little RSA keyfobs where you instead carry around a little business card that you can print up yourself that has a bunch of possible second-factor entries you can use for auth.
The part that makes me laugh a bit is that it is–as you might expect if you remember the ads for SpinRite back in the day–a Windows .DLL coded in assembly.
John Graham-Cumming has a C implementation of the scheme. He also has a three-letter domain name. Coincidence?
In an attempt to break the rather somber mood surrounding the announcement than my paternal grandfather–suffering from last-stage Alzheimers–has just been put into hospice care, my brother-in-law revealed that in order to get into the Chukker to see Dick Dale before he was actually 21 he went dressed in drag…because apparently they didn’t card drag queens.
I have to admit that I have nothing to say to that, other than to note that the ceiling mural looks nothing like I remember. But I didn’t go to the Chukker that often because it was across town and, well, you know, drinking and driving is pretty dumb.