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January 2015

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Does keeping track of passwords drive you batty? If so you're not alone.

You have accounts on lots of websites, on your computer and on other systems. Each of them wants you to use a secure password. But they all have different rules, and you can't remember one secure password that consists of a random string of letters and numbers, let alone dozens of them. And you don't want to use same password everywhere. With identity theft rampart, that's not a very good idea.

To solve this problem these folks have come up with a credit card-sized password menu you can keep in your wallet. It lets you pick very secure passwords for all your websites -- without having to remember them. You just keep them with you, and even if your wallet gets stolen, the thief will justifiably go batty unsuccessfully trying to figure out your passwords.

Nice people - and they give this to you with their compliments.

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We are always pleased to be of service to our Cyber Friends and to provide you with these monthly CyberTips. As members of the Real Estate CyberSpace Society we are always current on ways to expand their normal high standards of service with the very latest Internet and other CyberSpace strategies and tools. Click Here for hundreds of Cyber Tricks and Great Places in back issues.

Every year we celebrate the number of years it's been since we were born -- but what about our functional brain age? You can measure this in 2 minutes by plying these fun and simple games

In two minutes flat you'll know at what age level your brain is performing. If your Brain Age is lower than your actual age you are probably doing enough with your brain to ward off dementia.

Good place to show the world how sharp you really are.

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What if your photos could convey cartoon like bubbles and shout out clever quotes along with other fun expressions or emotions? You know -- the kind you see in the comics - like "Wow" or "Pow" or "She loves me - she loves me not".

This great place has a free service that lets you easily upload and add speech bubbles to your photos. You can then share them with friends via email or on Facebook or other social media.

It's easy - it's fun - and it's on the house.

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You write a lot of stuff - whether letters, memos, advertisements, e-mails -- or maybe even the great American novel, The question is - can readers clearly follow and understand your message.

To find out, just meander over to this great place. Paste in your text and -- Shazam - this service gives you five readability scores and an overall readability average. Basically the scores reflect an evaluation of the number of years of education readers generally require to understand your text. These are commonly used to confirm that text can be read easily by your intended audience.

So, the next time you want to be sure that the recipients of your tome can clearly understand your meaning, give this great place a shot.

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