Your wealth of personal info's hopelessly scattered about your existence -- passwords penned on post-its, social security number scrawled on your palm, middle name long since forgotten. Organize thyself securely, with Take's Personal Pocket Safe
The pack o' gum-sized PPS is a fully encrypted, password-protected 1GB flash drive that stores every bit of personal info imaginable (although hopefully not that thing about the thing on your thing...yeah, everyone actually knows about that already). Pop it in any PC's USB port and embedded software (nothing's ever saved on the computer) will present you with schloads of pre-formatted fields: personal info (e.g., driver's license/passport #), financial accounts, c-cards, website logins, vehicle records, warranties, insurance policies, utility/cable bill account numbers, even tax prep info -- so it can remain secure, until you hand it off to some accountant who offices in Sears. You can upload docs/images/videos/other secret stuff to the "Miscellaneous Files" section; there's also a field for writing random but vital information, like the location of those blackmail files, or how to spell "miscellaneous".
All data auto-saves/encrypts on the stick, and's only accessible by keying the gadget's master password; a lockout mechanism kicks in after three unsuccessful password attempts, and all the info's destroyed if forced entry's attempted -- leaving the 1s and 0s of your personal info scattered about the ether like so many post-its.