In late December, I commenced a fascinating geek journey - I decided to cross the password Rubicon. I'm across now. I'm so happy I did. In my original post of 30 December 2022, I made a few observations at the start of the journey. Key amongst those observations were : that Apple was telling me… Continue reading A postcard from #password Nirvana using @Apple passwords and code generator
Making your #iPhone, #iPad and #Mac a push-button radio using @Apple #Shortcuts
I am a self-confessed button pusher. I know I can control most things on my iPhone via Siri, but sometimes I forget it exists. I then go “pecking” on my iPhone for what I want. Music is one such thing. I grew up in the 70s and 80s when push-button radios were a thing, that… Continue reading Making your #iPhone, #iPad and #Mac a push-button radio using @Apple #Shortcuts
Today we remember #Pele. The best we’ll ever see. In 1993 I worked at the World Youth Football Championship in Sydney (a precursor to the FIFA U20 World Cup). Pele was in attendance. There was a media dinner where he was guest speaker. I think it was at the old Menzies hotel in Sydney. I,… Continue reading Pele
I am going all in on @Apple password management and sign-in with @Apple. A few thoughts on #password management in response to a discussion on @macgeekgab 961.
There was a brief mention at the end of Mac Geek Gab #961 concerning LastPass and passwords. Over the years, I have used a combination of having a few passwords used across everything and storing them in notes and other means. I had used 1Password about a decade ago and had also relied on Apple to save my passwords. … Continue reading I am going all in on @Apple password management and sign-in with @Apple. A few thoughts on #password management in response to a discussion on @macgeekgab 961.