WordPress two way authentiction problem

For last two days I was locked out of WordPress on my mobile and other devices after I enabled two-way authentication, as was suggested by its message on Dashboard. Perhaps it has some bug there. Only today when I logged in from usual machine, it asked for ‘Google Validator’ code and there was no problem in logging in. At first opportunity, I have disabled the feature because as stated above, none of mobile devices were able to log in for last two days.
It appears that while two way aauthentication is a good feature and now a standard feature used on credit cards but on word-press it still need to be fine tuned so as not to disable mobile devices.
BTW, I had used the ‘Google Validator’ for the first time and it looked like magic. Randomly generating number after number. Let’s see and watch, how things pan out.

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Google search engine needs overhauling: A review

Mobile search handicap:

Google search engine is often disappointing. For example, while searching for a video converter it started with a four years old page. Now on Desktop we have search tools and we can modify the time period within which search is to be made, it is not possible on mobile view. For many things this difficulty makes searching from mobile, a complete waste of time. Continue reading

Why blog? Why follow blogging tips and Blog Guru?

Blog

Blog is understandably short name (portmanteau) for weblog. In other words it is a daily journal or diary. Few weeks back a blogger compared his blogging to ‘defecating in public.’ It must be very simple and automatic affair for him. To me, as I said earlier, it is a diary of my synthesised thoughts. It is a store house of useful links, pictures, ideas, knowledge and people. It is not constant. It keeps changing.
Since my perception about various things can be wrong, these posts are an invitation to correction. Knowledge is another name for information and it gets obsolete every moment.
Why blog? Why follow blogging tips and Blog Guru? Continue reading

RIM’s Berries turn sour

Sorbus berries close-up

Sorbus berries close-up (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Research in Motion was the first successful company to provide data communication on the move. It’s unique business model ensured is stupendous success and windfall profits. But earning from an idea can never be forever. About three years back Google started to offer same data sync and Gtalk services for free with its Android and email sync on other devices and Microsoft followed the suit. RIM instead of finding new idea or model went on to sell blackberry to house wives and students (with free b2b chat). That served only as a temporary measure to postpone the doomsday. Sadly the new  CEO of the company could know the need for change only now. He admits:

I did my own reality check on where the entire company really is,” he said during a conference call with analysts. “It is now very clear to me that substantial change is what RIM needs.” ( See http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/03/30/rim-idINDEE82S0J020120330)

It is a pity that people who evolved such a brilliant concept should fail to find new ideas.

© Sandeep Bhalla

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RIM's Berries turn sour

Sorbus berries close-up

Sorbus berries close-up (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Research in Motion was the first successful company to provide data communication on the move. It’s unique business model ensured is stupendous success and windfall profits. But earning from an idea can never be forever. About three years back Google started to offer same data sync and Gtalk services for free with its Android and email sync on other devices and Microsoft followed the suit. RIM instead of finding new idea or model went on to sell blackberry to house wives and students (with free b2b chat). That served only as a temporary measure to postpone the doomsday. Sadly the new  CEO of the company could know the need for change only now. He admits:

I did my own reality check on where the entire company really is,” he said during a conference call with analysts. “It is now very clear to me that substantial change is what RIM needs.” ( See http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/03/30/rim-idINDEE82S0J020120330)

It is a pity that people who evolved such a brilliant concept should fail to find new ideas.

© Sandeep Bhalla

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