I am never too sure how I should understand what is happening in the world of passwords today???? Now they say that a positive password will make me happy…. OK, I am ready now to change the trillions of passwords that I need in my life for “happy passwords”.
How much time will that take and are they secure passwords? But I guess that those positive passwords like “sunny day”, “ smile”, “ life is great” and so forth will definitely make my workflow better and I feel better already! How mind boggling this all seems to be getting. I want happiness in my passwords… no dull or dreary words anymore… JUST HAPPY WORDS!!! I am a happy person now.
How long will my happiness last if I change all my passwords to “happy passwords” and then forget the passwords… Then I am not happy anymore, and more likely to be frustrated and ready to throw my computer out the window… maybe that is the happy side of things and I am looking at this from the wrong angle… No computer then I will be happy because I don’t need any “happy passwords” then. Is that what they are trying to tell me?????
Though I doubt that very much,
My question on those folks is: Are they happier since they have “happy passwords”? That is an answer that I would really like to have, but I doubt very much that they will answer this question.
My worry is that when I would login onto my email program with my “happy password” that there in the in box may not be such happy news and that some emails may contain stuff that may upset me or make me mad and then what??? My “happy password” is going to save me or what, because I do not feel happy anymore after reading such emails…. Or maybe if I deleted the negative emails and save the positive ones, then my life would be happy and the “happy password” has saved my day… Thank you “happy password” I feel happy now!! Everything is just a delete away….
Or another more positive thought if a person can look online at their bank statement, and there before their eyes because of the “happy password” they see that their balance on their account is more than they thought it would be and this all due to a “happy password”…. Well, what more would you want then????
Though my “happy password” may not be so happy when it comes to finding the ideal happy word because there are always hints as to how to write your password or how long it should be, and so the questions pops-up: Is it a “happy password” then??? Really now; I want a “happy password” and those computer folks say I need a secure password… there goes my happiness out the window… Good-bye “happy password”
But if anyone out there does feel happier because of their “happy password” ; will you please let us know about it. Thanks!