Keep a library of your work, digitally and on paper. It's sound operation management in e-business. Because my mind thinks fast, I write articles on paper first. It allows me to jot down ideas as I think and make then correct mistakes really quickly. My word count per minute is good and I can type without looking but nothing beats the experience of pen to paper. Label your content properly and categorize them accordingly. It galvanizes your mind to think along those lines and somehow just makes it easier for you to find it, when looking for it through the maze that is the web: it makes it easier for you to find the needle in the haystack, out there.

Place your library in an autonomous place where nothing else but its kind is held. This in itself disrupts the possibilities of mixing your documents up. Upload your most important works on a cloud for safety. When your house burns down and your computer explodes, you will still have your formidable assets to achieve them back through the fruits of your labor. Personally, I recommend Google Docs & SkyDrive. Look for smaller cloud firms too, they often give better deals, especially in terms of space on free subscription.

Beware of online fraudsters. I know a guy in Barbados who works for a prominent international organization and is abusing his authority to send me scam emails supposedly from the FBI. I pity him because of his jealousy of my success, but that goes to show you the calibre of people dealing in cybercrime. They're far more sophisticated than the dodgy, antisocial geeks Hollywood likes to make us think of them as. When it comes to online fraud, prevention is the only way. Don't reply, that just makes them smart about figuring out your behaviour, unless you want them to think of you as a certain type. XD As a rule of thumb, delete any mail you don't expect. Don't even preview it. That just fires up your temptation. Just delete it after you have marked it in your inbox as phishing scam. When you reply to fraudulent emails you are providing free market research the scammers. Like in every industry, they too have the amatuers and the professionals. Some pros use your response calibrate their scam to you in a continuous motion to get the perfect fit to figure you out best. Don't let them ruin your life over a silly temptation. Nothing good comes for free and everything worthwhile is always worth fighting for.

Stay safe online by surfing exclusively with full suites of Antivirus programs activated. Windows comes activated with Windows Defender. It's good. Use it! Get AVG or Avast for free and upgrade later, if you want. I've used Norton Antivirus and they're solid. McAfee has a good reputation. Read up on them. Make comparisons but never browse the web without either of them. The top browsers come with numerous add-ons & plug-ins. Get trusted ones from the major security firms listed above to guide your browsing experience. Google Chrome & Mozilla Firefox prevent you from accessing fake/dangerous websites on their own. An add-on/plug-in is like your guide dog, leading you through the threats and obstacles that we as surfers are simply blind to.

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