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Re: Java

   Date: Fri, 7 Dec 2001 11:29:23 -0500 (EST)
   From: Guy Steele - Sun Microsystems Labs <gls@labean.East.Sun.COM>

   Actually, Dan, if you use a Unix system, you probably glob
   all the time.  You just seldom write a program that globs.

Yeah, I guess so.  You can look at this the other way, too.  See Bruce
Schneier's point that no person actually digitally signs anything;
your computed digitally signs something.  The reason this makes a
difference is because you can argue in court that just because a
document is signed with your digital signature, that doesn't mean that
you signed or even ever saw it; maybe a Trojan Horse on your PC did