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Neat way to Store All Your Passwords

  • Apr 11, 2012
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One of the more bizarre consequences of our increasing reliance on the digital content - in our private lives, professions, and recreational ventures - is that we have started appreciating the actual physical objects more. This is certainly the case for me and when I came across this little logbook I instantly realized that is satisfied a need that I've had for a really long time. The number of websites that I access for which I need to enter login information has skyrocketed, and there have not been any easy ways of keeping track of all of them. Using the same password can be very insecure, and keeping a list of all of them in a file on your computer is also not very prudent. Sometimes, the simplest solution might be the best one, and writing all those login handles and password into a single logbook seems very smart. It also helps with retrieving the information, as I it's still more intuitive for me to flip through pages than go through files and directories on my computer.

The logbook is organized designed as a regular address book. The entries are listed in an alphabetical order. For each entry you can specify the name, website address, username, and a few brief notes. The book is well made and it's the right size for its purpose. The only problem that I have with a physical password logbook is that many sites require you to change your password on a regular basis, which may cause you to either run out of space for a few entries or have to re-enter them from scratch. I don't think that there will ever be a perfect solution for the password proliferation, but as far as I am concerned this small logbook comes very close.

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review by . April 11, 2012
One of the more bizarre consequences of our increasing reliance on the digital content - in our private lives, professions, and recreational ventures - is that we have started appreciating the actual physical objects more. This is certainly the case for me and when I came across this little logbook I instantly realized that is satisfied a need that I've had for a really long time. The number of websites that I access for which I need to enter login information has skyrocketed, and there have not …
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