@Gilles meh. That's WAAAY better then running them as root. The only difference between a personal account and a system account is how you use them. Just make sure that the user doesn't have sudo, remove the password, and change the homedir to something else (or remove all the hidden files and dirs in his existing homedir), and you've pretty much locked down the account.
Anyone here discovered Aether (www.getaether.net) yet? <3
Seems to be an important evolution from reddit from infosec perspective, just is far too quiet for its own good. I read Google and others fought to hire em, and he got hired but still is allowed to dev. hmm.
@TerryChia and hipster @AviD, I'm gettting a new phone from work, iPhone 6 (64 GB) or iPhone 6 plus (16 GB). Which one should I take? I'm leaning towards the normal one since it has more storage space. Currently not sure what the iPhone 6 plus offers more except that you need to get an additional backpack to carry it in.