Although I still buy printed books, I am buying and using audio books most. I can listen to a book while I'm doing other things, listen to them in the car or watching the game on tv ( I rarely have the sound on anyway.) I just wish I didn't have to put up with iTunes to do it.
I have a powerful computer on my desk. Why can't it handle passwords? The browser software could communicate with the server it's trying to attach to and negotiate a new password with the client when the client logs off. Except for the initial login onto my desktop, the computers would handle the passwords. I understand that this is what the chops on my credit card do now. The current passwords could be stored in a database on my computer that I could access through something like keepass if I had to find the current password. The password could be set to any level of complexity.