Columnist Ken Satterfield explains the duality of our attitude toward passwords: In the Kingdom of Should, we know we should come up with strong passwords and not use the same password for multiple accounts. In the Kingdom of But, we know all of this, but
Access to the Internet surrounds us. Whether the goal is finding a score, chatting with friends or just escaping boredom, we feel entitled to tap into that signal whenever we need to. Sometimes the real question is: Should I tap into that signal? While I
How hard is it to be totally “off the grid?” According to a Pew Research Center Internet & American Life Project report in May, 57 percent of people tracked their reputations online, while 46 percent used online searches to find information about people from
What do you want to accomplish in the year ahead? January is a great time to start a resolution — TIME Magazine says nearly half of us will. So today start on the resolution you made in the early glow of New Year possibilities.