I shall not pass
The only excitement for this Wednesday was because of a faux pas I committed.
At 2:30, I decided I would change the four-digit passcode i use to unlock my iPhone. I had been using the same passcode for quite some time, and figured it was overdue.
Minutes thereafter, I could not remember what I changed my passcode to, and thus my phone locked me out, first for one minute, then five, then fifteen.
Wow. The guy who can remember what he was doing 30 years ago on the a deranged man shot and killed 21 people at a San Diego McDonald’s could not remember a simple four-digit number. Laugh all you want. I won’t mind.
The good news was I had backed up my phone recently and could recover all of the apps I had downloaded. I would lose a little data, but not much, and besides, none of it was truly important.
I learned my lesson the hard way, and I decided to just keep using my old passcode. There’s nothing on there which is top secret, and if somebody wants to know that badly about me, go right ahead. This will all be moot whenever I upgrade, because future iPhone models have a fingerprint reader on the home button (the round button at the bottom).
Didn’t leave the house today, which was good, since I’ll be going back to Kansas City tomorrow, and then to the Royals-Indians game Friday with Jack and Kathy Krier.