I've actually written a blog about passwords plenty of times before, from how they aren't enough to how to master all of them easily with a password manager. But when I get inspired to write a blog I go with it and I just did a few hours ago. So here is a third one for you.
I've noticed that my blogpost tend to start with "It's been a while..." and it certainly has as my last post was at the start of January. Well to all my loyal followers (about 20 or so) thanks for waiting around and I hope you will like this redux to
It's been quite busy and still am with all the recent changes in my life. Not to worry...no major ones like a baby or anything...honest! But after my last post more then 3 months ago I haven't had much time for blogging as my new job keeps me
Yes you there, sitting behind your computer with your hands in your hair because you've just 'misplaced' your data and now it's all gone. Everything! Your documents, photo's, bookmarks, music, etc....your entire digital life that was on that little piece of hardware called a harddisk. First time? Second?! Third!
Security is a hot issue these days, anti-this and anti-that software is being sold to the not so computer savvy consumer making them feel less burden and safer while using their shiny machine. But are they safer with these types of software? While it does protect a computer system from
Well they can be as sites like tinyurl [http://tinyurl.com/], bit.ly [http://bit.ly], tr.im, is.gd [http://is.gd/] and probably some more pop their heads up on the internet to help along the demand for url shortening. One reason for the demand might be the