User names and passwords are an annoying but necessary evil. In the old days, the only password we needed was an ATM PIN. Coming up with a PIN was a chore, but it pales in comparison to what we have to go through today. Is this preoccupation with passwords really making us safer and is [...]
Archive for June 2010
I have a friend who runs a software company that caters to collectors. There is so much more that my friend’s software could offer if it were offered online.
I know that with a title like “Sometimes We Forget” you may be expecting a deep, meaningful philosophical blog entry about life, love and the pursuit of happiness. Sorry to disappoint, but this is not the case. I am simply talking about forgetting. We are all guilty of it. Sometimes I forget that clients are [...]
As I continue to mourn the end of ABC’s groundbreaking series Lost – you’re probably still in the midst of feeling quite sick from hearing all the crying and kvetching from the castaway fans.