watch this now 007: The Secret life of Passwords

Taking a seemingly unassuming thing and actually giving it the time of day tends to reveal that everything has some sort of curious value to it and that nothing is really that mundane at all. The New York times recently dove into the secret life of passwords and found out that they are much more than just a really annoying series of letters and/or numbers you often confuse with other really annoying series of letters and/or numbers. They reveal pieces of our past or our present, stand in our way from truly ever understanding other people in our lives or have the ability to humanize us to virtual strangers – even after we are gone. Each password is a story, and The New York times has explored nine of them. What does your password say about you? Please share your story below for me and others to read.

Howard – Howard Lutnick had to rebuild his company after losing nearly 700 people on Sept. 11, 2001, beginning with a search for the passwords only they knew.
Tony – A man discovers that no secret is safe from Mom.
Dillon – A love of Captain Underpants inspires a pseudonym and a password.
Rose – A mother searches for clues following her son’s death.
Mira – 10-year-old Mira turned a family obsession with security into a business.
Eleanor – A police officer’s wife finds security in a special number.
Taren – Five digits foretell a future in paradise.
Alexandra – A password represents the prospect of a new life after a mother’s death.
Katy – Sisters discover they had more in common than they knew.

Read the full story here


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