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🔒 The presenter is handing out Security Buzzword Bingo cards for this next keynote. 😆

Being Wise with Readwise

This post is about how I make the best of Readwise.io, a service that works with your notes and highlights to enhance recall, reflection, inspiration, and creation. If you don’t already use Readwise, I highly recommend it! You and I both get a free month with my affiliate code. As you can see, I use Readwise consistently: I will cover: Getting Things In: making all your highlights and notes available Making Highlights and Notes: tips for capture and organizing Getting Things Out: making backups and data available in your notes system Working with Ideas: making the most of your highlights and notes Getting Things In My first principle for Readwise is:

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🔒 Spouse: “So, is the…shell4k doing better?” 😆

Note: the previous big deal vulnerability was Log4j or Log4Shell, the newer less-big deal was Spring4shell.

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