Password Minder: The blank notebook that got laughed out of production

Password Minder: The blank notebook that got laughed out of production

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New The Password Minder Passwords are a constant headache, a headache that will one day grow so bad that—if infomercials can be believed—your grandmother will pound a table in frustration. How to manage them? Early this year, one of the largest as-seen-on-TV companies produced its innovative answer: the Password Minder....
Password Minder: The blank notebook that got laughed out of production
                           

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