"OK Boomer" only works on Boomers from Google. If your Boomer is from Apple, you have to say "Hey, Boomer." If it's from Amazon, you can simply preface your instruction with "Boomer", e.g. "Boomer, stop."
That's *literally the opposite of best practice* for online account security. Doing this discourages users from setting up secure, randomized passwords - and encourages them to hold on to the same password for too long. The safest passwords are randomized, from a password manager
Aaron Parecki, Indieweb, addresses opportunity to ‘bring your own identity’ to Web rather than traditional platform-specific authentication @W3C workshop on Strong Authentication and Identity in Seattle.
Hey look it's literally every app, service and device I use, all in one giant blog post: http://anomalily.net/life-stack/ If you've ever asked me "what travel credit card should I get?" or "What apps do you track data with?" here it is.