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I did read the prompts, MS knows my location, etc. Oh well, it's not like Google, Yahoo, and every other online entity doesn't know who I am. Much better than having your credit card number compromised (which happened to me a few weeks ago). I'm sure via all the product registrations and crash reports I submitted over the years, that Microsoft has known who I am since '97. (Maybe they will offer me a job for putting the plug in for their latest app.? :) Even though I'm not on Facebook, they probably also know who I am, or at least my email address via those who have sent me an invitation. How about all of the public information links that list every place someone has lived in the past 20 years, all of their immediate relatives (even those in military active service), plus their ages. If you want complete privacy from everyone on the four corners of the globe in the Internet age, I have a bridge in Brooklyn NY that I could sell you...

I wish that I could have saved the scanned image, but it was blurry (hard to keep the little Blackberry camera lens clean - utto, now "they" know what phone I own!), the app said it couldn't recognize the image, then two red squares appeared and centered in on the image and whamo - USA Today business headlines! More importantly, the Blade Runner Esper Photo Analysis scene, and more Blade Runner tech at technovelgy.com.

In the words of the late and great Paul Harvey - "Good day!"

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