It’s time to awaken your inner consumer advocate

This is the cruise ship Shannon Tait’s mother was supposed to sail on. It was her bucket list cruise. Literally.

She’d been diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma, and Tait figured she’d have a year or two for one final adventure to the Last Frontier.

She did not. She died in hospice care before she could set sail.
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How to survive password purgatory without losing your data (or your mind)

I already know how I’m going to meet my maker. It’s just a matter of when.

Someone’s going to find me face-planted into my keyboard, with the coroner’s diagnosis of death by acute Password Retention Pox.

Does anyone else see a similar fate in their future?

I just counted the number of sites that I visit at least once a month (and most more often than that) that need a password. There are no less than 45.

The human brain was never intended to juggle this many personal identification balls in the air.
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