Pocket Size is also a black book, 3x5.25". It still has plenty of space to write, but fits in your pocket!
You asked -- we listened! Finally, an online password organizer in Extra Small! Yes, at last, a truly pocket-sized organizer in which to record Internet usernames and passwords. No more scribbling them down on sticky notes and scraps of paper that get scattered about your office or home. This time-saving, headache-preventing Pocket Internet Address and Password Logbook features:
- 144 pages, including tabbed alphabetical pages.
- Just the space you need for website addresses, usernames, passwords, and extra details.
- Pages in the back in which to record additional information about your computer system and other notes.
- Removable label and discreet plain black cover helps you keep your organizer secure.
- 2-7/8 inches wide by 4-3/4 inches high.
Forgetting passwords? They want you have a unique password for everything online these days. Keep track of them in these handy little books. They remind me of a small address book with alphabetical tabs. The books have a really nice durable cover with an interior spiral binding to lie flat when open. An elastic band closure keeps it closed in a purse or desk drawer. The covers are discreet, i.e. they are not printed with "my internet passwords." Large Print book has a plain matte black cover, measures 4x5.75" and the print is about 5mm high. There is space to note the site/login/password. Old World has a beautiful tan/brown map with metallic gold accents like a vintage globe. It also measures 4x5.75" with space for name/site address/login(username)/password/notes. The regular size print is about 3mm. Silk Road has the same details as the Old World option. The cover is a lovely peacock-inspired watercolor pattern in purples with bits of aqua and green. Very pretty! Large Format is a nice black 6.5" x 8.5" book with a lot more space for your notes. Print is about 4mm. Pocket Size is also a black book, 3x5.25". It still has plenty of space to write, but fits in your pocket! If you know someone who has transitioned to using a computer for most things, but is not quite up for using an app to keep your passwords (like my parents!), here you go! ~ Sara (ok, I want one too!)
over 3 years ago