003: Who do you trust?

Do you have someone you trust with your life? Your deepest secrets? Your most sensitive info? What about a company? Do you trust Apple? Amazon? Evernote with all your info? Is what you're writing, saying, doing something you trust an employee across the country/globe with? I've done more research into what note taking apps are best for privacy and security. There was a subreddit post mentioning "Notesnook" as an option. I've been using Standard Notes for a little while now and was curious about...
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002: Does privacy matter to you?

Privacy is vital in our lives. We demand it in many ways. We lock our house and car doors. Close the blinds. Close the bathroom door. Put passcodes on our phones. We seek privacy in many areas of our life, but when it comes to tech, it's the opposite. If you're following the mainstream and don't take time to learn how to privatize your digital life, you're naked in the tech space. And that should worry you. The internet is where much of our digital lives are recorded.. and permanently stored. ...
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001: You need a password manager

Do you use the internet?Do you have multiple accounts?If you do, then you should be using a password manager!A password manager allows you to save all your accounts' credentials in one location. Also, it's able to create strong, complex, and unique passwords, which increases your security across your online accounts.Most people use the same password, or a derivative of the same one, across all their accounts. You'd be surprised how many accounts you actually have when you factor in email, shoppi...
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