about cartoon in FAQ 10.1. 'Correct, horse! Battery staple!'

gnupg at raf.org gnupg at raf.org
Sat Dec 26 00:56:18 CET 2015

Matthias Apitz wrote:

> El día Friday, December 25, 2015 a las 06:50:07PM +0100, Ingo Klöcker escribió:
> > > 	Und allein dieser Mangel und nichts anderes führte zum Tod.
> > > 
> > > i.e. some phrasing which could be memorized better?
> > 
> > The second sentence is found by search engines (2 hits in DuckDuckGo). Don't 
> > use it or any other phrase that's has been published on the internet. A phrase 
> > of 4 random words has a high probability that it has not been published on the 
> > internet (or anywhere else). The tricky part is that you must never put your 
> > 4-random-words phrase into a search engine to check this.
> > 
> > Instead of using a 4-random-words phrase you can use a proper sentence with 
> > equivalent entropy provided that you do not use a sentence that has been 
> > published anywhere. Come up with your own sentence. Ideally come up with a 
> > sentence that doesn't make any sense like "The horse was correct. You cannot 
> > staple batteries." This phrase might be easier to remember and has a similar 
> > entropy as the above mentioned 4-random-words phrase.
> Ofc, I would not have used this phrase, which is part of my signature :-)
> This was only an example. I'd have used something from a book or
> poem which was written before Internet-times and perhaps never published
> afterwards.

that's no good. if it's been published ever, then google has probably
obtained a copy and digitized it and re-published it at books.google.com.

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