Change Your Password

Time to change your password. That’s the most terrifying phrase of the modern age. So many passwords. You need a system, special software, just for all those passwords. If you’re really modern, you can use your thumbprint. Or your retina. Or your face. So every company in the world recognizes your face.

Oh, sorry, you are temporarily unable to do the next thing until you change your password.

Reset. Reset. Reset.

Please use the open space below to share your first 50 words on the topic “change your password.”

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Author: Virginia DeBolt

Writer and teacher who writes blogs about web education, writing practice, and pop culture.

2 thoughts on “Change Your Password”

  1. “If I wanted to change my password, I would do so!”
    ” What do you mean change my password?”
    ” I don’t need to change my password. I remember it!”
    ” Oh shit, did my account get hacked.?”
    “Now, I need to make all these calls!”
    ” I hate phone calls.”
    ” Guh, my day’s ruined!”

  2. Ding- An electronic sticky note popped up on my screen. “Change Your Password”. Ok, now what, I can’t go back to a sequence I’ve used in the past 6 rotations. I can’t use personal information. I can’t use memorable number combinations. Ugh. I hate this.

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