I have worked with or know senior people who have no need to use email directly. It doesn't surprise me that a senior cabinet level person would have assistants manage their email.
And just do this for 20 different passwords, because you should never reuse one.
Good luck memorizing.
Firstly: Which do you think is harder to memorize... a strong password, or a sentence?
Secondly: You can safely write it down. So, you don't need to memorize.
Finally: You shouldn't reuse your banking password, or the password for your laptop or office computer, obviously. When you're talking about things like web forums, it's not really that important.
Open Source legend ESR speaks out!
That would have been great. Interviews: ESR Answers Your Questions on the other hand, is mostly useless unless you know what an ESR is.
Yes, YOUR economy. When your party had the white house and both chambers of congress you embraced this economy like the second coming. The policies that brought it about have not changed significantly since the changing of the POTUS. This is still YOUR economy.
I'll give you that the country remains on a Progressive course. However, the jackass in the room is the party that brought in ObamaCare, and the political targeting of American citizens by the IRS. But, again, you have a point: the Republicans who are speaking of reform, e.g. Cruz, are labeled as "extreme". We cannot be certain that a President McCain would've fared much better domestically, but that's all counter-factual.
In any case, do you have the courage to demand reform and an end to this idiotic Progressivism?
For rooted phones there are both a variety of backup options and variety of stolen phone options all of which you can locate in the Play store, or which can be found by simple Google search, since the options are discussed endlessly with their pros and cons on every major Android forum.
For unrooted phones, you can still fully encrypt, and still backup -- although not fully. How painless the recovery is will come down to how much you trust and buy into online services. Your Candy Crush progress is going to have to depend on if you decided to integrate with Facebook, or if you've got your tinfoil set to max.
+1 interesting and informative, thanks.
Ignorance sometimes is bliss.
In a way, I sort of enjoy the idea of a man who knows everything about constitutional law and nothing about email making decisions based on two people (and a number of lower court decisions) arguing about email. It's like asking someone who never saw Star Wars to review TPM - at least he doesn't have a bias.