OK, so how many times have we all heard this: “I have so many user names and passwords, there is no way I can possibly remember all of them.” The solution (and no it is not to write them down)…remember your user names and passwords. How? Make up a user name/password scheme. How? I have several levels of user names and passwords. From highly secure (bank information) to basic (web site forums, etc). If you have look at everything you need to use a user name and password for, you can figure out what level of security needs to be used with each account. Once you memorize 5-7 user name/password combinations, you will be set. Yes…and 5-7 is on the low end, but come on, that is not a lot to think about in the grand scheme of things. Come on. How long do you end up spending waiting for your password to be rest/sent and complaining about how many accounts you have to memorize? Now tell me about your first kiss. Hmm, you can remember information from past decades, but not for a few accounts that you use monthly? Make it a priority or do not complain.
Who is Telling the Truth?
Well if you are like me, and actually care about making an informed decision on who to vote for in the upcoming presidential race, please watch the debates and then check out factcheck.org. (Not to be confused with factcheck.com which Mr. Cheney told all who watched the debate to go to and check out all […]
Apple Standards UNIX
a moment of silence.