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Il semble que vous n’avez pas complété correctement votre enregistrement.
Dirigez-vous vers la page d’enregistrement et suivez les étapes ci-après:
  1. Enregistrez-vous en utilisant la même adresse e-mail.bitpuf sign-up page app
  2. Attendez ensuite de recevoir un e-mail ayant comme sujet “Registration Confirmation” de donotreply@bitpuf.com.

    (si vous ne voyez pas cet e-mail dans votre boite de réception cherchez le dans votre dossier “spam”.)

    bitpuf registration confirmation email inbox

  3. Ouvrez l’e-mail et cliquez sur le rectangle orange “Confirmation registration” afin de valider votre enregistrement.
    bitpuf confirm registration email
  4. Vous pouvez  maintenant accéder à bitpuf utilisant votre adresse e-mail et votre mot de passe.
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How to Sign Up

Signing up for bitpuf requires only your email and a password. To ensure your privacy, you must follow a multi-step process.

  1. Make sure you are on the Sign-Up page (not the Sign-In page).
  2. Enter your email address in the first field, re-enter it in the second field, and enter your password in the third field.
    how to sign up for bitpuf app
  3. Tap the orange rectangle labeled “Sign up.”
  4. Now go to your email Inbox and look for an email titled “Registration Confirmation” from “donotreply@bitpuf.com.”
    (If you do not see this Registration Confirmation email in your Inbox, please check your “Junk” folder.)bitpuf registration confirmation email inbox
  5. Open the Registration Confirmation email and tap the orange rectangle labeled “Confirm registration.”
    how to sign up for bitpuf confirmation registration email
  6. Now log in to bitpuf with your email address and password.
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کاربران عزیز بیتپاف،

به نظر می‌رسد شما فرآیند ثبت نام (Registration Confirmation) را کامل نکرده‌اید.

لطفا به صفحهٔ Sign up بروید و این مراحل را دنبال کنید:

۱. دوباره با استفاده از همان آدرس ایمیل خود ثبت نام (Sign up) کنید (باید ۲ بار ایمیل خود را وارد کنید)

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۲. سپس صبر کنید تا ایمیلی از طرف  donotreply@bitpuf.com به عنوان تایید ثبت نام (Registration Confirmation) دریافت کنید

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۳. اگر شما ایمیل تایید ثبت نام را در صندوق ورودی نمی‌بینید، پوشه Junk/Spam را بررسی کنید

۴. ایمیل را باز کنید و روی مستطیل نارنجی با کلمات Confirm registration کلیک کنید

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حالا با ایمیل و رمز عبور میتوانید وارد بیتپاف شوید (Log in).

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با تشکر از شما برای استفاده از بیتپاف

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ویدئو راهنما استفاده:  https://www.bitpuf.com/learn-more/videos

Proceso de registro

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Parece que no ha completado el proceso de registro.
Por favor, vaya a la página de registro y siga estos pasos :

1. Inscríbase de nuevo, utilizando su misma dirección de correo electrónico;

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2. A continuación, espere recibir un correo electrónico titulado “Registration Confirmation” de donotreply@bitpuf.com

(Si no ve este correo electrónico de confirmación de registro en su buzón de entrada, por favor revise su carpeta de “basura”); y

bitpuf registration confirmation email inbox

3. Abra el correo electrónico de confirmación de registro y haga clic en el rectángulo de color naranja, con las palabras “Confirm registration”
bitpuf confirm registration email

4. Ahora, inicie su sesión para bitpuf con su dirección de correo electrónico y contraseña.

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bitpuf blackboard blog 5 types of content that shouldn't live forever

5 Types of Content that Shouldn’t Last Forever

Message in a bottle

Journalist John Markoff recently reported on a potential breakthrough in storage technology that could make it possible to store all the world’s data on synthetic DNA. It would fit in 12 wine bottles.

The Library of Congress holds more than 160 million items in 470 languages stored on approximately 838 miles of bookshelves: works of literature, scientific data, presidential papers, sheet music, rare manuscripts and maps…there are so many things worth preserving and archiving.

But there are even more that are not: grocery lists, casual emails and text messages, social media posts, telephone conversations, memos, homework assignments, doodles…Think about what it takes to store all the content produced by a single person in one year!

Digital is different

While we must file away important documents in a safe place—a signed original, for example—we do not want multiple digital copies stored indefinitely elsewhere. Yet that is precisely what happens when we share content using email and many file-sharing services.

Often, we cannot take the steps we’d like to protect sensitive information: deleting a file after it’s delivered digitally isn’t always the same as shredding its physical equivalent. In many cases, once we’ve sent it, its fate is out of our control.

And then there’s all of the not-worth-saving stuff that clutters our digital lives.

We’ve become digital hoarders

In transitioning to the digital world, we have failed to apply the same selectivity that drives our behavior in sorting through our physical materials. When was the last time you culled outdated files from your computer or old messages from your inbox? If we were to retain every piece of paper that passes through our lives, we’d be buried in it.

Here are 5 distinctly un-storage-worthy kinds of digital content.

1. Every photo ever taken

Today’s mobile phones produce fantastic, high-quality images and it’s very tempting to tap the screen. So much easier than working with manual focus cameras, cellulose film, the developing process, and leather-bound albums.

There’s a powerful impulse to capture a scene, a moment, a memorable event, to create a visual reminder, to save ourselves the time and effort of writing something down. Few of us enjoy the task of selecting, deleting, transferring, and uploading these digital images. But just because we can keep all of this stuff, doesn’t mean we should.

2. Casual communications

R u home yet? We need more milk. Are we still on for 1?

Once uttered, these exchanges lose all of their value. Digital advertisers might want to know that you have run out of milk or where you are at 1:00. But what further value do the messages bring you?

3. Time-sensitive content

A coupon expires after a certain date, a reminder is pointless after the fact, an invitation no longer needed following an event. Keeping these around wastes energy and space.

4. Confidential material

The convenience of electronic delivery is one of the great universal upsides of information technology. Just don’t forget the downsides: data breaches, identity fraud, lack of privacy control. When you email a copy of your 1099 to your accountant, or SMS a password to your spouse, you usually lose the ability to “shred” these digitally.

5. Private information

Who hasn’t expressed a private thought in an email to a friend? Maybe we’ve disclosed things that we’d prefer to be forgotten. The spoken word is ephemeral and more easily left behind. Our digital trifles follow us around.

We need to be more discerning with our digital content, to distinguish what we share by its intended lifespan and its vulnerability once it leaves our fingertips.

For neverlasting content, there’s always bitpuf.

Photo credit: dolphfyn / Fotolia

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