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I use the same procedure as @churchskiz. I'm surprised this basic hygiene isn't more widely practised. It certainly deserves including in any follow-up post, Jeff, given the interest this seems to have generated. @churchskiz's tip: use separate email addresses for (i) general account signups, (ii) banking & confidential app signups and (iii) correspondence with friends and family. My additional tip: don't make your (ii) and (iii) guessable from (i). In other words, don't use fred.smith.spam@gmail.com for (i) if your (ii) and (iii) are fred.smith.confidential@gmail.com and fred.smith@gmail.com
Toggle Commented Apr 19, 2012 on Make Your Email Hacker Proof at Coding Horror
Often the business leader who "has it" is a former barbarian himself (like Belisarius) :-) But you're right. The barbarians eventually toppled both halves of the Roman Empire perhaps because they were prepared to take more risks than the incumbent.
Toggle Commented Oct 6, 2010 on Romans, Barbarians, and Innovation. at thingamy