We all have a number of passwords for all the online services we use. You name it: banking, online bill payment, e-mail, social networks, shopping and more. You know it’s incredibly easy to lose track of them all—unless you are committing one of the greatest online security offenses by using one password for everything.
24 Signs That Your Life Is Going Too Hi-Tech
You try to enter your password on the microwave.
You have 15 phone numbers to reach your family of three.
You consider “mouse elbow” a sports injury.
Your daughter is selling Girl Scout Cookies on her Web site.
If You Just Purchased a New Laptop, Make Sure You Condition the Battery!
When you purchase a new laptop, make sure you condition the battery or you’ll end up buying a replacement in the very near future.
The conditioning process varies among laptop manufacturers, so make sure you read the instructions that came with your new laptop.
Why You Should Avoid Using A Debit Card When Shopping Online
If you shop online (and these days, who doesn’t?), you’ll want to make sure you use a credit card instead of a debit card to protect yourself from online scams and rip offs. The biggest advantage credit cards offer is a buffer for payment.