This weeks lab was a little confusing. We continued to work with html and started working on a separate css page that contains all the style commands for our pages. However, some of the changes I made to the css document didn’t transfer to the html document, which makes me wonder what I’m doing wrong
Privacy and Work
I feel like privacy can negatively and positively affect the workforce and careers in general depending on what side of it your’re on. If you’re an employer, the lack of extreme privacy allows you to be able to look up future employers and see what kind of person they are and how they represent themselves to the public. If you’re an employee posting something negative, you might miss out on some job opportunities if employers check your information. More positively, making sure you build a reputable online footprint can help you excel in your career. It all depends on point of view.
Tips and Tricks
According to the article “Three Essential Steps to Make Yourself More Hack-Proof”, here are some steps to avoid hackers
Step 1: Don’t reuse old passwords for multiple accounts. If you use the same password for everything, you make yourself more ‘hackable’
Step 2: Set up two-factor authentication– it only takes a moment to set up, and this tip will make it nearly impossible for a hacker to gain access to your account.
Step 3: Use a password manager– this site will help you create and keep track of good passwords (so you never forget them, and you’re not being completely predictable in password choice.