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Re: The future will be easy to use
>That's today's method, more or less. It doesn't address my needs. The
>name you pick for your key may or may not mean anything to me. It might be
>pronounceable, giving it some advantage over a radix-64 string, but it
>might also be non-unique, making it worthless as an identifier.
>What means something to me is whatever name (or symbol) I assign to the
>person behind the key in question. That's the one in my mind and therefore
>the only one of interest to me. You, however, don't know what's in my
>mind. You don't even know my preferred symbol set.
Why not give it two names? A local name that could be a icon or something,
and a universal name (i.e. MD5 hash of key)
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