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Author of The Philosopher Developer (my blog), Lazy.js, Autodoc, and SafeYAML, among others.

GitHub: dtao
Twitter: @dan_tao
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I’m a software developer currently residing in Austin, TX. I'm a Team Lead on the Bitbucket team. Previously I've worked at Google, Cardpool, and ThoughtWorks.


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comment Is there anything like a “temporary password” service for websites?
This thought crossed my mind too, but it still seems to me that something like what I've described could be possible. See my edit. Do you disagree that such a mechanism could be implemented? I'm certainly no expert; it just "seems possible" to me—if there are real technical reasons why this could not be done, I'm interested in understanding them.
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