Having multiple passwords has become part of our online existence. The problem is remembering all of them. One technology that is coming down the pike to help with this is OpenID. OpenID is "an open, decentralized, free framework for user-centric digital identity." What that means is one place to store your info that other sites can reference, only if you tell them to. It's still new enough that all sites don't recognize OpenID, but it should be such a useful way to manage logins that more are sure to follow. For more info, watch the slideshow below.