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Macworld Expo '08: Merlin talks with the makers of 1Password

Aha! Embeddable video for a third MacBreak interview at Macworld '08 has turned up -- this one's with Dave Teare at Agile Web Solutions, makers of 1Password.

As we discuss in the video, I'm really looking forward to seeing 1Password's secure password bookmarklet for iPhone.

MacBreak: Macworld 2008/Agile Web Solutions

 MacBreak (iPod video) - MacBreak 122: Macworld 2008: 1Password

And, as a bonus -- just so Dave can catch up with his some of his countrymen's peerless pop music -- here's videos of three of my favorite Canadian bands.

Flashing Lights / "Highschool"

Sloan / "The Good in Everyone"

Broken Social Scene - 7/4 (Shoreline)

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Re: Macworld Expo '08: Merlin talks with the makers of 1Password

Merlin, I attended your talk at Macworld... and am now a fan. Thanks!

Speaking of secure password bookmarklet for iPhone/touch, also check out Password Wallet:


Doesn't seem to do the auto-fill thing, but it allows you to take your passwords with you securely on your handheld device, all within a bookmark. I suspect this sort of ingenuity won't be necessary after the official SDK is out and "real apps" are installable... but in the meantime, I thought I'd mention it.




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