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    How to Watch Someone Else's Laptop Screen - With Your Eyes Closed!
    Copyright © 2004, Jim Mercer

    So there you are on a long flight tapping away on your 
    laptop computer keyboard. You glance at the guy in the
    seat next to you and see that he has cranked his seat 
    back and has his eyes closed so you ignore him.
    But what you don't know is - your seat mate is 
    carefully watching your laptop screen even though his
    eyes are closed!  
    How can you pull off this seemingly magical trick?
    First, practice closing your left eye while leaving
    your right eye half open. 
    Then recline your seat back a bit. If you carefully 
    rotate your head slightly to the left you'll be 
    able to see your target's laptop screen with your
    right eye. 
    Should your target look your way, he will see your
    closed left eye and your reclined seat and will assume
    that you're either sleeping or resting with your
    eyes closed. From his position he won't be able to 
    see your open right eye. This will leave him feeling
    relaxed and free to use their laptop in any way he
    If you want to go all the way with this tactic, 
    you can go to an optometrist and have them make up 
    a pair of special glasses for you with the focal 
    length tuned to the exact distance of the laptop 
    screen. (approximately five feet)  
    If you fear such slick tactics might be used against
    you, you might consider installing a "filter" on your 
    laptop. Several are available that make it almost 
    impossible for anyone else to view your screen.  
    One popular manufacturer makes a filter that's 
    made up of hundreds of little black straws about a
    half inch long. When you view your screen you're 
    actually looking down these little straws.
    In this way the viewing angle of your screen is
    severly restricted. Should anyone attempt to view
    your laptop screen from either side of you, they
    will see only a pitch black screen. 

    Writer's Resource Box:
    Jim Mercer is the author of the popular eBook 
    "Personal Privacy Secrets" from which this article 
    was extracted. http://www.personalprivacysecrets.com

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