Colbert, who recently authored a guide to being expert at everything for Wired, backed himself up this week with “Protecting Your Online Identity.”
Cuz you never know who’s watching your Internetron:
Commenting on Bruce Schneier’s blog, Israel Torres summarizes:
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.
Now go ahead and take the Colbert Green Screen Challenge (or at least watch some of the wacky submissions).
More on Colbert cross-platform multimedia integration in this post at 3i.