> something around your workspace, and read the password off it. For
> example, it might be the reversed ISBN number off that book on the second
> shelf. Or the first line of the third chapter. Or the address of the
> company that makes your favorite computer
> game. Or the service ID number of your colleague's computer.
> There's no need to write down your password when your workspace is CRAMMED
> with pre-written-down passwords. You just have to pick one.
> Now, the important part is not to let everyone see you craning your neck to
> see the serial number of your computer ever 10 minutes. Be a little more
Or even better, using dvorak type your
common text password as if you were using a qwerty...
-or pretend your qwerty is an 029 and use numeric passwords
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