Biometrics, talked about in a recent news article here with Computer Talk Radio and the IRS, is something that is about you. There are many things beyond our fingerprints and face. Your ear shape is unique to you. Your hand shape and size nuances will separate you from many people. Nuances in how you walk, or strut your stuff, bring many individual markers too, even if you fake a limp.

How do you spot someone in a crowd? Is it by their clothes? Maybe by the way they style their hair? Or is it, like Mark Nixon, by “the bits they’re prepared to expose”?