1. Always type with your non-dominant hand – so it’s not typed in your handwriting. 2. Pick the right password – close your eyes and slap the keyboard at random. 3. Get hundreds of credit cards – never use the same one twice. 4. Defrag your hard drive once in a while – overheard a nerd say it somewhere at best buy. 5. For every real search on a search engine do a fake search – make it seem it’s not you doing the search. 6. An infected computer is a vulnerable computer – make sure you wash your computer once a month.
Apparently, the decider-in-Chief is “really excited” about collecting not-yet-demolished remnants from his 8-year disaster, also known as a “nightmare of a vacation,” to publish as a memoir. I can’t wait to see the Amazon pitch to “buy this title along with Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef’s: Memoir of a Taliban diplomat held at Guantanamo and SAVE $$!
Net Neutrality is a serious issue for those of us who love the Internet. Last night Jon Stewart did a wonderfully enjoyable piece on it. Watch below. For more on Net Neutrality and how it affects you, visit the Save the Internet Coalition.
Also, click here to listen to Sen. Barack Obama discuss the issue on his podcast.