If websites were doors, and you needed an actual key instead of a password to get in, my keychain would weigh more than a full grown Maltese. It’d make the most hardened janitor in the biggest skyscraper cringe. Even the warden from Shawshank would be jealous.
Between e-mail, fantasy sports, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon, WordPress, online shopping, online gaming, banking, car payments and whatever else you sign in to do online, remembering the usernames and passwords to all your favorite websites now takes as much brainpower as trying to memorize all the digits of Pi.
The average person will log in and out of 15 websites each day (this stat is made up, but it has to be close). Yes, you can set your PC or Mac to remember your passwords, but the average person spends up to 60% of his online computer time away from their personal computer (again made up, but it’s in the ballpark I think). The time spent typing in the site name, then the different usernames, then the passwords for those sites, and remembering the different passwords is time that we would all like back.
I’ve been searching on Google for a website or app that would allow me to log-in to everything on one page, or at least streamline it as much as possible. This morning, I found the company that can make all of our lives easier. It’s real, and it’s spectacular. And it works from any computer, wherever you are. It’s called www.my1login.com.
They have no idea who I am. They aren’t paying me or anything. It’s just a great idea. I’ve used it for half a day and it’s awesome.
Hope it helps you out.