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The new app looks well designed but I can't get past the fact that you have to keep your passwords physically on your computer. Cloud storage anyone? Sure you can access your passwords on other computers but it requires setting up a Dropbox account and using that to share your keychain file from your main computer or just cary it around on a thumb drive – in other words, some completely unnecessary bs. LastPass has a much better method for accessing data on computers you've never used before. Sign into their website, everything is there. Done. With the LastPass browser extension I have everything at my fingertips on both my work and home computer (never need to go to the website) and with the iPhone app I have everything with me on the go. LastPass is less expensive, more secure (or at least it used to be, 1Password might have caught up) and more convenient. No I don't work for LastPass, I'm just a very satisfied user.
5 months, 1 week ago on 1Password 4: A strong app limited by iOS
When HBO decides to release a stand alone subscription model not tied to a cable package I'll be first in line. Until then, I just wish they'd at least give me a PO box I can send a wad of cash to for all the great shows of theirs I've watched but was unable to pay for.
Yeah, I know Trevor, I'm unduly entitled and don't deserve to watch the shows I'm unwilling to pay for but, I feel like if it weren't for pirates forcing companies to go kicking and screaming into the future we'd never have Spottify, Pandora, Hulu or Netflix – which are arguably the most convenient services for media consumption. Without a backlash to the current model there will never be any change for the good of the consumer, only changes to boost revenue.
11 months ago on HBO’s Distribution Strategy: It’s All About the Timing
Ugh... signup is only through facebook. Why not offer an email option? I was going to sign up but not now.
11 months, 2 weeks ago on Sosh Is Your Social Concierge, With Two Million Recommendations Under Its Belt