From there to here. From here to there. Happy New Year Everywhere. It seems like everybody is making a list of best and worst of’s and predictions for the year ahead. Personally, I think it’s fun to look at these today and look back on them next year. Here’s three of Rock Solid Info’s most […]
Last week was a good week for Tweets. Here’s a few of the ones you might have missed if you’re not following me on Twitter (and Why Not? I say;-) The first one is from the MozBlog. You’ll find out the difference between good linkbait and bad linkbait as well as why linkable assets are […]
Just a quick update about SQRL, Steve Gibson’s great idea for secure logins across the web. Until last week the official name of the idea was Secure QR Login but some people were put off by the QR (code). Steve decided that a better, more descriptive name is Secure Quick Reliable Login… and it is. […]
Sharing tweets from RockSolidInfo | @WLAdams is a lot of fun for me. I always look for information and websites that will inform, entertain, and motivate you to always do your best. The world needs your best. This week I’ve found three tweets I believe have value for you. This says it all. Go make […]
Since writing the original post called Privacy in the Age of Big Data, I’ve found an image and an infographic to compliment the original article. The cartoon captures the notion of companies who can use big data to rate you as a customer. It’s not too far off the mark to think that governments do […]
Back on the 13th of October, I wrote a post about insecure passwords, some password manager solutions, and something called “Squirrel” or SQRL – Secure QR Login. You can read the original post by clicking on the QR code in this post. Think about it. you could log in very securely by scanning the QR […]
‘Why Privacy Matters’, presented at TED Global (June 2013). Alessandro Acquisti explains the state of Internet privacy in a provocative, sometimes humorous, sometimes uncomfortable presentation. He describes how social media combined with Big Data research and analysis has blurred the lines of our concept of privacy on the Internet.