1994-07-04 - Re: Pass Phrases

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From: norm@netcom.com (Norman Hardy)
To: Eli Brandt <cypherpunks@toad.com>
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UTC Datetime: 1994-07-04 19:35:09 UTC
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From: norm@netcom.com (Norman Hardy)
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 94 12:35:09 PDT
To: Eli Brandt <cypherpunks@toad.com>
Subject: Re: Pass Phrases
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At 20:15 1994/07/03 -0700, Eli Brandt wrote:
>> If I pick a verse of a song that makes it easy to remember.
NSA must have an interesting collection of literature on line. They need
high bandwidth (but not rapid) access to it. This could be the beginning of
a new business if they ever turn their swords into plowshares. Conversely
if anyone aspires to digitize a great deal of literature I am sure that NSA
would subscribe, thus seeding a new industry. I seem to recall something
about a Midwest university beginning to digitize a large body of