With these unpredictable acts of nature we have seen of late I thought I would talk about how we can prepare our digital lives for some of the more unforeseeable events.
It is your right to have a browser that does not run Flash at all (Firefox), and to not be indexed and branded.
As we mature and have dependents that count on us, we need to consider how they depend on us and how we can plan for our future and theirs.
Flash has outlived its safe and useful existence and should be used with extreme caution.
With the amount of information we store on our computers and phones, and the cost of storage, how can we not consider having a good backup system in place.
When you think about all of the accounts we have online and the number of information leaks, think about how often you reuse the same username or worse, password.
Encryption; its use, weaknesses, and the stigma that gets attached by those that do not understand its intrinsic value is forefront in the news and my mind.
This week I want you to think about how vulnerable you are when you are in public. When you go to a restaurant, bar, or even a class, think about what others are looking at and noticing.