Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by usayit, Mar 13, 2009.
i wasnt sure how to photograph my conscience...
small Case 2 blade pocket knife
Burt's Beeswax lip balm
If I'm working I would have these additions:
larger single bladed pocket knife
ball point pen
Ultra Fine Point Sharpie
I took a picture, but it sucked. I'll post one later.
Sure you can.. Mine is being especially annoying today...
Truck keys on a lanyard
Work & house keys on a carabiner
htc 3125 (work)
knife (lately it's been my CRKT M16-SF)
Kimber 1911 (depending on where I'm going)
Keys on a monkey's fist
HK USP .45 in a Galco Combat Master holster
Kershaw Combat folder
Kegger I don't even know you and I definatley like how you roll.
tomorrow I will try to get a pick of what I carry.
Ever heard of RSA Security? My wife works for them. They've been bought by EMC, so now it's RSA-The Security Division of EMC..
Anyway, she is in charge of reconciling the accounts for the Pentagon, Toyota, Wal-Mart, Department of Homeland Security, etc., and as a result has to carry three tokens for her various accounts..
For people who don't know what these are-they are little key fabs you carry on your keychain, and they display a multi-digit code that is your email password for, in the case of RSA, that minute.. These are synced with their computers back at RSA, and that's what the contracts are for-just keeping the servers up to date and associated with the key fabs..
Sorry for the hijack-I was just excited to see someone that used the same technology, as I don't run into it often..
Yup... pretty much the same here. One of my other client's tokens assigned to me is an RSA token very similar to the ones you pictured. The secure computing token operates in the same manner except that the key pin is sync'd not only to the minute but also to a 4 digit pass key that I have to punch in.
There is soooo much consolidation going on in my field of work, it is difficult to figure who purchased who. EMC is a good company to work for..... My primary job has dozens and dozens of storage frames from EMC (along with Hitachi).
We have those too (at work), but I don't use them. They don't pay me when I'm at home, so I don't do anything work related at home.
If they want me to access the computers from home, they're going to pay me for it.
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