Monthly Archives: July 2011

Password Tips

Password security is becoming increasingly important as individuals move more and more of their personal data into online services. In her Microsoft Small Business center article 5 tips for top-notch password security, Kim Komando offers some password best practices: Don’t … Continue reading

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Cloudy weather: where to store your stuff in the cloud?

My Twitter feed was abuzz (atweet?) not long ago with the new Terms of Service put forth by Dropbox, a service many of us use to store documents in the cloud (i.e., on a remote server where you can access them from … Continue reading

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Students and Tablets

The Pearson Foundation recently came out with a report that highlights the changing landscape of tablet usage among students, in both high school and college settings. The study was done to “gauge college students’ and college-bound high school seniors’ opinions … Continue reading

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404 Pages

404 pages are the worst. As a user, you don’t know why you can’t find what you need; as a designer, you hate that users can’t find what they need. On the IU Libraries website, there is a chat box … Continue reading

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