Last week, I was reading about doxxing, which is the slang term for the process of revealing someone’s personal information on the internet and encouraging others to harass that person. Doxxing is despicable. I don’t expect it’ll ever happen to me, but it got me thinking about what steps I could take to limit my […]
We can now categorize identity theft as life before, and life after Equifax. To summarize the issue, Equifax – one of the three credit-reporting agencies in the U.S. – has announced they had been hacked for a period stretching from May-July of 2017. The security breach affects 143 million people in the United States. This […]
Before we start thinking about colonizing another world, we need to stop thinking of Earth as our disposable planet.
It’s time to fix your password mess. Start with the purchase of a password manager and learn how to use it. Then start changing all your online account passwords and activating two-factor authentication. Do a little bit every day, and you’ll soon have your online world well under control.
Eliminating paper printouts and re-keying copy at the print shop sounds quaint now, but it was revolutionary in 1986. This may sound hokey from the vantage point of 2015, but we were the only company optimizing a print workflow like this.
If you can boil water, you can make a better-tasting, open-source cup of coffee. Allow gravity to draw water through some coffee grounds in a paper filter. Then compost the coffee grounds and used filter instead of creating landfill. It’s easy, fast and better all around.