from the must-have-started-as-a-joke dept.
techmuse writes "According to News.com,
Microsoft's next version of Windows will let you know that you are looking
at (supposedly) secure data by putting personalized text, such as the names
of your dogs (a null list in my case), in window borders, and will also hide
the data unless the window has no others on top of it. That should make it very usable, and speed adoption of security features -- especially among
people who need to be able to see the data in two partially overlapping
windows at once."
The only possible interpretation of any research whatever in the `social
sciences' is: some do, some don't.
-- Ernest Rutherford