It seems that MacRumors have joined Adobe, Sony and Ubuntu Forums in revealing a large number of user information, including MD5 password hashes.
One day passwords may be a thing of the past, but in the meantime use a password manager such as iCloud Keychain, 1Password, Lastpass to manage unique passwords for all sites.
As you will indubitably have heard, Apple just released the next major version of their operating system. Having run out of cats to name the releases, they have now switched to Californian landmarks, and the first to be Applified is Mavericks.
If there is one review of Mac OS 10.9 you should read, it’s the one by John Siracusa for Ars Technica.
OS X 10.9 Mavericks: The Ars Technica Review
Yesterbox seems to be an interesting approach for handling large amounts of email.
Instead of going though today’s email which fills up throughout the day and largely ignore the incoming stream of mayhem, focus on handling email from yesterday instead. That way, there is always a finished state, since no new email message can fill up the queue from yesterday.
There are of course times when you really need to reply to an email today, and the model supports this scenario as well. Just get going on the old email and as a "reward", you may answer important email from today as well.
Check out the source for the details!
Evernote has now joined the growing number of online services with support for two-factor authentication.
What this means for the average user is a more secure account, as you will need to provide a second factor when logging in, such as an SMS from your phone, or a challenge/response using Google Authenticator.
Source: Evernote Blog
A slightly different take on contexts in GTD which, instead of compartmentalizing the current tools at you disposal, focuses on the emotional outcome of completing a particular action.
Presentation mode looks like a great way to collaborate during meetings.