Before 1996, people kept a log of their acquaintances’ or friends’ home addresses and phone numbers using an address book. Soon after 1996, people began to create many accounts. As the use of the web became more accessible to everyone, businesses such as banks and online stores began to make their services available through the web as well. After 2004, a whole slew of other online services came one line: Facebook, Google, MySpace, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and many others.
Today, everything we do on the web requires one form of an account or another. Even the games people play on the Internet require some form of login. So it isn’t too farfetched to say that anyone who is connected to the Web has at least 20 accounts!
That said, unless you make all your accounts exactly the same or you have a super photographic memory, you’ll need someplace to log or record all your account information.
The solution is a log book. One such solution is available online at createspace.com.