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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Larry Winget speaks the truth

We as a society have gotten very lazy especially when it comes to personal responsibility and
especially thinking. I mean the real authentic act of "thinking." Thinking of others, thinking ahead
of what the consequences might be for your actions, thinking of where I need to be in traffic and
going ahead and getting there now, instead of waiting til the last minute and crossing four lanes
and three automobiles and . . . . .sorry, got carried away. Anyway. Read Larry's article. Please.

It’s Easier To Be Stupid | Larry Winget -- Money - Personal Development - Business

Friday, June 19, 2009

Free Downloads for your Mac

I posted this mainly for my friend, Skye, because she has a Mac. I've never
owned one, thought about it a few times, but I've just always had a PC. I've
never had all the problems with Windows that most others complain about
so, I've never seen a reason to swap. Here you go, Skye. Enjoy!

Lifehacker Pack 2009: Our List of Essential Free Mac Downloads

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Online Banking offers higher interest rates

I am often appalled at the rates that traditional brick and mortar banks offer their customers. Many online bloggers tout the usefulness of online accounts and just such a person has done that. This link will take you to "Get Rich Slowly" and where the research has already been done for you.

Online Banking: 13 Choices for Higher Interest Rates and Increased Security * Get Rich Slowly

Friday, June 5, 2009

Neville's Homeless Experiment

I've been reading this gentleman's blog for several months now. I started at the beginning and read it all the way to present. I have to admit that I admire Neville. He is a true explorer. He asks questions and is not afraid to experiment. I'm always in awe at the way he just dives in. That doesn't mean that he doesn't think things out though. He's very analytical. He asks questions, prepares, and implements. This experiment is one in homelessness. Neville has decided to become homeless for 5 days and 4 nights. Follow him at the link below to see what he sees.

Thank you Neville for a great website.

Neville's Financial Blog