July 28, 2005
One of life’s little conveniences that winds up being deucedly inconvenient
is setting one’s browser to remember log-in names and passwords.
Firefox is my browser of choice and it’s a dab hand at eagerly filling
in the boxes at the various sites I frequent so I needn’t waste my valuable time doing so.
Don built us a new computer. I’ve paid for a Rhapsody account in the
past and much enjoy listening and downloading music, but now I cannot
recall for the life of me what my password is. Apparently I obediently
changed it when first logging in (you know how they urge you to do
that), but somehow I neglected to make a note of it in the
password-protected database on my PDA. Presumably Rhapsody is sending
me another password, which I’ll doubtless be instructed to change
New computers are a pain in the kazoo, you know that?