With passwords proliferating like tribbles, I’ve had to upgrade from my two previous methods of managing my accounts. The first method was the easiest: I had two passwords, an easy one and a complicated one. If the site was important I used the complicated one. If the site wasn’t important I used the easy one.
Google has been rolling out redesigns of its major web services, like Gmail and Google Reader, and like a docile citizen of the Internet, I’ve been waiting for my eyes to adjust and for my hands to quit directing the mouse to places where buttons used to be. It’ll happen. Sooner or later. What I
Those of you who have Naxos Music Library know that iPods and iPads and iPhones don’t work well natively with Naxos stuff because Naxos is pretty heavily dependent on Flash. Our music department’s librarian just sent information around about how to make things function, though, so I thought I’d share. As it turns out, there’s
Every so often, people in online communities turn their attention toward one thing and argue heatedly. Here’s how it generally goes. Initial controversial statement (This is usually something that can be interpreted as “You and everything you value? It all sucks.”) Initial “Hey, who do you think you are anyway? And by the way, you