Monday, November 27, 2017


It took me half an hour to remember the correct password for one of my accounts, but I eventually got in.

I had tried to change my password again, because nothing in the past had worked for me.  I had even checked my password to locate the password for that particular site, but every password that I tried turned out to be one which I had used in the past.

I felt trapped.

I felt isolated.

I was angry as Hell-and then I came up with an idea.

Everyone who knows me knows that I write things down, but that's more of a miss than a hit.  So, I decided to copy the password page and download it into the books section of the i-Pad.  I checked that section of the device, and son of a whore!  There it was-the page, AND ALL!

Am I worried about my account being hacked?  Look, man.  If someone wants your password, they know how to get it on their own.  They don't have to resort for this simple technique-although it seems way too simple....and it probably is.  However, if you're a teacher or a professor, and you have a student who experiences this problem what I just did might be their solution.

Paper rips and passwords might drown in planners and password books.  I've even tried saving them into password books-nope.

I think I might have finally found something which might work for me.  Maybe it'll work for you, too.  Maybe this will work for a colleague with whom you work.  Maybe it'll work for an employee who struggles with his productivity because he or she can't remember passwords.

It's worth a try.

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