Are you always forgetting your friend’s, family’s and other contact information including addresses, phone numbers, birthdays website logins, usernames and passwords?
Do you have lots of sticky notes, old envelopes or labels around the house to remember them? Would you like to find a better way?
The Great Wave off Kanagawa Hokusai is a discreet combined password notebook with places for addresses, telephone numbers and even birthdays that is disguised as a book about artwork by Hokusai. Add all your website information in one handy place to organize your offline and internet life.
The attractive design is a password journal and address book with a difference. The cover is from a woodblock print by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist Hokusai and it was created so that opportunist thieves shouldn’t know what it is at a glance. The words password book or security are not on the cover. This means that you can hide it in plain sight on your bookshelf at home with other books.Take a Look Inside to see how this alphabetized journal combines: an address book, a password book and.a phone book.
What you can expect from this internet password organizer and contacts book:
Tabbed effect alphabetical pages
Are you looking for a password book with tabs? The Great Wave off Kanagawa Hokusai is a password journal with printed alphabetical tabs running down the edge of the pages. Flick the pages to find your passwords quickly and easily.
Disguised cover to make it not so obvious what it contains
There are several password logbooks on the market but this one was created so it could be hidden in plain sight. It looks like a book about a Hokusai picture from the outside but inside there are 2 boxes for your login information on each page. Other passwords books by Ceri Clark/Penny Quill contain 3 boxes per page but each box in this book contains extra sections for telephone numbers and address information.
Section on creating secure passwords
There are risks to however a password is stored. These can be from online thieves or opportunist burglars. At the front of The Great Wave off Kanagawa Hokusai is a brief section for creating a secure password that can be written down but can’t be used by someone who has the book (unless you tell them the extra password information needed).
Notes and other pages to add other useful information like software licenses
There is a section at the back to add information that won’t fit in the usual password boxes. There are notes pages but also places to add home network settings and license information. If you have a friend coming around who wants to use the WiFi, just add it in here and you will be able to instantly find it when you need it.
More space to write in your information
This handy-sized password keeper is 6 inches wide by 9 inches high for more space to write in your login information. There are 2 boxes per page. It has plenty of space to write in all the information you need.
Never struggle to find your contact information again! If you are looking for a password logbook, an address book with tabs or you just love art by Japanese artists, look no further!
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