I’ll admit up front: I’ve been using SkyWallet on my Windows Phone almost since I got my Surround with Windows Phone 7. You have a master password that has to be entered before you can get into the data. Why? Because it’s true: we have SO MUCH digital information we need to remember – user names, passwords, websites, subscription IDs, etc, etc, etc. I used to use the same small set over and over, and we all know that’s not the best idea. In the last year, I’ve been changing that to more site-individualized pass phrases. And as XTC sings, “And I’m getting older, too.”
So yes, people are selling passwordreminder books. Funny, they look an awfully like old paper phone/address books.
I’m not a big talk show fan, but my mother shared this on Facebook, and I’m afraid I found it way too funny, topical, and even thought-provoking to share. So enjoy!
GIS C++!>$ And if you can translate that, you've been around as long as CompuServe.
IT is now just a hobby, and shares my time with cross-stitch and knitting. High-tech, low-tech, and everything in between. I keep these guys in line and roll my eyes at Simmons. Come on, ladies, celebrate your love of technology! "Tech should be black. Colors are for cases."