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Two Factor Authentication: What is it and how does it work?

Last week was all about the Heartbleed bug. The bug that can be hold responsible for making various passwords and other sensitive information public. More and more often hackers target major online services, webshops and email providers. 580 more words

I was a corps member, then I worked at, Teach for America. Here are a couple of pro/con thoughts.

Quickly before I get going: Justin Meli, in the video above (which has been put on The Atlantic and other places), was actually my roommate during Teach for America’s Summer Institute in Houston, TX back in summer 2003. 1,879 more words

Fundamental Explainers


Tonight we had a truly kickass meeting at P-W. This was a TFA-mandated thing, but it was meaningful because we had the opportunity to make it our own.  759 more words


Step One

I’m at the Detroit airport waiting to board my flight back to Dallas after a weekend of interviews. I spent Saturday at Teach For America’s beautiful downtown Detroit office meeting with principals and HR directors from across the city. 623 more words


Two-Factor Authentication: "What?" and "How?"

With all the press about the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability in the news, you probably don’t need another recount of why this is a big deal. 1,359 more words


Two Factor authentication Supporting Sites

Two Factor authentication Supporting Sites

This post is for my personal reference, and I was about to put this in my OneNote. But I thought it might be useful for you too. 65 more words


The end, part I

“Every day,” I began before trailing off. After closing my eyes and gathering my breath, I resumed my moment of weakness.

“Every day, you make my blood boil, and you humiliate and crush me when you make it so obvious that I care more about your futures than you do. 1,588 more words

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