Anyone know of any libraries that have "loyalty programs" (e.g., like hotels, restaurants, coffeeshops) - e.g., get points for using different services and convert to xyz. Especially interested in academic libraries. Note: summer reading programs and the like for children/teens exempted from this query.
Stupid me. Set up Google Authenticator app long time ago on my two blogs (Digital Reference and Beating the Bounds), used it easily, and then last month realized I'd locked myself out after I had to wipe my phone and had no backup codes to log in with. I think I can FTP into my sites and rename the plugin folder for the two-factor authentication...
I'm asked to submit suggestions for our student assessment fee budget. In years past this money has helped pay for a color printer, additional housekeeping, extra hours during finals, textbooks on reserve, a few databases. I'm kind of blank on ideas for this year, any suggestions?
Bricked phone for the past few weeks means I'm locked out of handful of services where I've set up two-factor authentication and didn't think to print out emergency access codes when I first set up two-factor authentication. Until I get my phone back from Samsung, I won't be posting to my blogs or Tumblr. #lessonlearned
New Year's resolution: use more keyboard shortcuts in Gmail and Inbox. If Inbox hadn't hidden the delete command so well, I would haven't had to learn that hitting # will delete a message you've checked or are currently viewing.