Category Archives: Essays

The Poor Man’s Sauce

    The Poor Man’s Sauce They say that ketchup is the poor man’s sauce, whoever they are. They say a lot of things. They say what’s good for the goose is good for the gander too, but how many of you walk around calling male geese ganders? Not many, but THEY do. But I don’t want to… Read More »

No Time Left to Waste

      No Time Left to Waste One of life’s great blessings is that not one of us knows the exact day we will die. Well, at least I think so. I could not imagine being a teenager and knowing how many years I would live or the date of my death. That would take away the… Read More »

FIDO, OAuth2, and Your (almost) Passwordless Future

    FIDO, OAuth2, and Your (almost) Passwordless Future Most Passwords Will Be Going the Way of the Dinosaur Since the beginning of the Internet, passwords have been, until recently, the only authorization method available. Passwords authorize access to personal data – like bank accounts, credit card accounts, Social Security accounts, and other government accounts. And passwords have… Read More »

A Moment

    A Moment When we say “just a moment” do we ever stop to think just what a moment really is? I don’t think so. I think most of us say “just a moment” without thinking. We don’t stop to consider how profound a moment can be. Does a moment reflect a certain amount of time? Does… Read More »