Last week I looked at some of the characteristics of good passwords and a list of traditional criteria for them.
This week I’ll look at an alternative view.
Today I’ll discuss the nitty-gritty of secure passwords: password length, the character set to use, and strings not to use
This post introduces a series of posts on computer and internet safety and privacy.
I summarize some recent research on the causes of Zoom fatigue and how to measure it.
If you’ve ever had 2 (or more) devices in a Zoom meeting that were located in the same room, you’ve experienced feedback. Here are some ways to take care of that.
Today’s post is a video on installing Zoom and dealing with the security settings that requires.
Pixels with Pete is off for December, but will resume on January 14.
Fan fiction is stories written by fans of a work/author/… that is set in a universe established by the work/author/… or that makes use of characters or settings from the original(s). It is usually written by amateurs, but there may be reasons to consider reading some of it.
Want some help finding books or authors you haven’t yet read but that you might enjoy? NoveList is one tool you could use to help accomplish that.