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Password Security - More Important Than Ever...

In December 2015, I wrote a blog post describing my use of 1Password, an excellent password manager app for both mobile and desktop use. If you are unfamiliar with password managers and how they work, you may want to take a quick look at that earlier post before reading further. In the three years that have passed since writing that blog, the importance of password security has grown exponentially in the battle against those nefarious sorts on the internet who are looking to steal your personal data. Fortunately, during this three year same period, 1Password has been continually updated and upgraded to make the process of managing your passwords and other sensitive information much easier and, may I say, even enjoyable.

Airtable - A Database Application for the Rest of Us

I mentioned in my last blog entry that, in the last few months, I have been too busy at work to take time to write any articles for this website.  However, that doesn't mean that I've been "offline" from my digital world during this time.  In fact, during this recent period of intensity at work, I discovered a fascinating new tool that is now available to anyone looking to fill what I believe is a void in the currently available productivity suites we all use daily at work and at home.

1Password

1Password is among the most popular "password vault" apps that allow you to store in one place for easy retrieval all the sensitive bits of information that are always being demanded of you as you browse the web or use apps - usernames and passwords, credit card info, identities (name, address, email address, etc.), drivers' license, passport, software serial numbers, membership numbers, etc.  1Password is one of those apps I use all day, every day and it is accessible from all my devices - mobile, desktop (Mac and PC) as well as from any browser - even my AppleWatch…

The iOSification of My Life

It is hard to believe that it has been almost 9 years since I started using my first iPhone and already over 5 years since the iPad entered the scene, altering forever how I conduct both my work and leisure lives.  Well before the advent of the iOS platform, I had been an active PDA (personal digital assistant) user, with various versions of pre-Apple handheld devices and cell phones to store and retrieve digital data.  I had used Palm, Blackberry, and various styles of flip-phones, but none were what I would call transformative…