​Create a USB Password Stealer to See How Secure Your Info Really Is

Slacking on password security can have horrific consequences. Even so, it's easy to lose track of how many are vulnerable. With just a couple of files, you can steal passwords from nearly everywhere they're stored on a victim's Windows PC, including your own, just to see how secure they really are. » 10/24/14 10:00am Yesterday 10:00am

​Get More Out of the Books You Read With an Idea Index

Trying to remember what we love about a book will leave us forgetting some of the best parts, and when we go back to try to find them, we definitely don't remember which pages to look for. Use an Idea Index to be more effective: list the important ideas and quotes, and the page number they're on, right in the front of… » 10/24/14 9:30am Yesterday 9:30am

​Train Your Kids to Follow Specific Protocols When Working from Home

Kids have a knack for demanding attention at the worst moments, especially for the parent who works from home. Practice specific work scenarios, like conference calls, so your children remember how to behave when they really happen. » 10/24/14 9:00am Yesterday 9:00am

Try Applying for a Business Credit Card, Even if You're Not a Business

You don't have to be a suit-wearing CEO to apply for a business credit card. In fact, you can have as little as a social security number and an Amazon Affiliates account to be eligible for lower interest rates or other perks of business cards. » 10/24/14 8:30am Yesterday 8:30am

​Control Your Public Persona With Carefully Selected Information

You probably know how handy a personal web site can be, but it's even more important if you're the kind of person who likes to keep your social media private. By carefully crafting your public persona, you can control people's first impressions (and keep the rest more private). » 10/17/14 9:30am 10/17/14 9:30am