This will be a popular one with HYMS students we know...
The Brynmor Jones has announced that it will be extending its opening times throughout the summer until midnight, 7 days a week!
For more details see http://www2.hull.ac.uk/lli/library-services/opening-hours.aspx.
(Picture from https://www.flickr.com/photos/bjlredevelopment/17067589930/)
Thursday, June 16, 2016
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|Photo credit: Ryan McGuire, Gratisography|
Maybe you're one of those people who makes a password so secure that it is immediately forgettable, maybe you devise passwords in memoriam of long dead pets with a few !@*% thrown in for a little more security, or perhaps you do none of this? With our banking and other sensitive data predominantly managed online, not to mention, the constant hacking (or cracking?) of social media accounts, how are we supposed to stay safe online? Well, short of a complete rejection of modern life and living in a field somewhere, we thought you may like to take a look at this interesting piece by Patrick Collinson. It gives some handy tips on creating and storing passwords. We’d advise you take all of this with a critical eye though; you only have to look at the comments to see what a contentious topic password security is! That said, there are some really basic steps in this article that can help to make your passwords more secure.