How to import firefox passwords into 1Password v4

By rickColosimo / October 26, 2013 /

I recently purchased 1Password v4. I thought, reading the reviews and the FAQ, that it would import the 548 password combinations I evidently had stored in Firefox. NOT TRUE. The product was shipped with only the ability to import its own format (thanks for nothing) and CSV files. Checking, opening, and retyping 548 sets of…

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Drying out a phone after acute water exposure

By rickColosimo / March 31, 2013 / Comments Off on Drying out a phone after acute water exposure

I was recently in a Starbucks, fand my phone was perched [a little] too precariously. It fell. Into water. I was right there, of course, and snatched it out in less than a second. (Of course, this is purely hypothetical.) My luck was not all bad. There was an enormous high-speed dryer there (Dylan calls…

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Some things don’t belong in the task list

By rickColosimo / June 27, 2012 / Comments Off on Some things don’t belong in the task list

Randomly happened upon this old 43Folders post on appending text via QuickSilver. Thinking about how fast that is for certain types of lists (books for library/amazon — and right, I know I haven’t put the library first in practice, but that’s exactly why I wrote it that way!; wines – but that seems like a…

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Unclutterer discovers the dummy cord

By rickColosimo / November 16, 2010 / Comments Off on Unclutterer discovers the dummy cord

In this brief post, Unclutterer describes a little elastic band, cord, and sticky piece that helps keep the lens cap of an SLR camera from disappearing. In the Army, this rope or lanyard used for the technique of “physically securing loss-prone objects” is called a dummy cord. In some units or places, notably Ranger School,…

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