New way to store Passwords.

Just learned of a new password storage device. Sharpie on the laptop wrist rest. Get a new laptop when you run out of printable space?

Just learned of a new password storage device. Sharpie on the laptop wrist rest. Get a new laptop when you run out of printable space? The owner of the laptop noticed the look on my face and asked if “I wanted a picture?” So the deal was the blurring of the passwords.

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6 Responses

  1. I find this amazingly funny and I’ve seen similar in the past so you’re not alone. Hope you don’t mind but I linked you up over at ThatDamnPC.com.

  2. Oh. Wow. I’m…. speechless.

    At least it’s more tree-friendly than post-its?

  3. holy stupid, batman!

  4. I use to write everything down on my hands, but then every so often I would shower and they would come off. So then I got tattoos but then my company adopted this new policy where we had to change our passwords every 60 days now I have a tattoo that is passwd12345… its not very cool.

    Anywho I recently started working for Vidoop and we have this awesome password manager. You can learn more at http://myvidoop.com or http://twurl.cc/1k5

    Suffice it to say I can now shower regularly and do not have any new tattoos which makes my parents happy.

  5. […] don’t know how they *should* manage their passwords. It’s common knowledge that you shouldn’t write down your passwords in plain site. We’ve heard that you should not reuse the same password for all of the websites you have […]

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