The Tech That Our Security Experts Use to Be Digitally Secure

Bill Mckinley and Runa Sandvik:

What is your biggest tip for people for protecting their online security and privacy?

The best things you can do are to use a password manager, set up two-factor authentication on the sites that offer it and keep all software up to date. Doing so helps secure access to your online accounts and limits your exposure to phishing and malware.

Some good advice for most of us here. I use Signal but prefer Telegram which also supports end-to-end encryption.

Great News: There’s Another Recession Coming

Mr. Money Mustache:

With all those preparations in progress, I hope you’re ready, because there’s a recession on the way.

I can say this with confidence because there’s always a recession coming – we just never know exactly when. About the only thing I can guarantee is that we are about four years closer to the next recession than we were when I wrote that optimistic earlier article.

What 99% looks like

Seth Godin:

In just about everything we do, 99% approval is astonishing.

Except online.

Because online, our lizard brain goes straight to the tiny speck, the little number that’s easy to magnify.

Ignore it. Shun the non-believers and ship your work.