Storing Your Exploits Online Probably Just As Risky As Your Sexual Activity
from the dear-penthouse-letters dept
Dating has already taken a decidedly online turn recently, with online dating sites, social networking sites and pre-date google background checks. Now, an online service can help you keep track of your sexploits, logging time, date, and lurid details. Why use an online site to keep track of such events? Well, the site purports to be more secure than the traditional “black book”, since it’s protected by the latest in web security, a password. That’s akin to that flimsy lock on my best friend’s sister’s diary. While the site repeatedly claims that storing your sexual exploits in a database connected to a network hundreds of millions of people use, protected only by a password, is somehow more secure than keeping it totally offline, they don’t seem to explain why. Then again, perhaps users of this site really want to have their stories shared. If that’s the case, hop on the Web 2.0 wagon and make it a community of blackbookers, reviewing and rating conquests, sharing notes and bragging rights.