Oh FUCK that! I never said use the same password for EVERYTHING!!! That's just BEGGING to lose your whole life just because ONE little article was compromised!!! No, I personally go through a rotation of roughly half a dozen passwords, and I juggle which ones were used more than others whenever I start a new account on some other service, until I decide it's time to add another password to the rotation. But they ALL follow the "long but not complicated" model. They're REALLY easy for me to remember, and me exclusively, because there's certain "qualities" of them that are unique to me, but that doesn't make them easy to crack using programs, because they're all about 22 characters or longer. The only exceptions, of course, are web sites and services that MANDATE a certain type of password be used, like "must contain 1 upper case letter, 1 symbol, and 1 number", or worse, "must be within 8-14 characters in length", the former of which just makes keeping track of your password that much harder, and the latter of which just makes compromising your security that much easier! Luckily for me, the only times my passwords were ever compromised (and both times it was the system's fault, not my passwords), they were for shorter, MUCH older passwords I used ages ago, which I no longer have in my rotation. So none of my current passwords are compromised (as of yet). =) ...Luckily.