Monthly Archives: June 2011
Addicted to the clicking: http://t.co/iqyHwF8 — Amber Adrian (@amberadrian) June 30, 2011
really like the look and feel of this website – www.nabewise.com. I must as I posted a review of Dana Point. Hmm… that’s unlike me. Must be San Francisco is already having an effect . . . and I’m still … Continue reading
Cool chart can be found here.
Okay, so we are moving to the Bay Area and we have to figure out where to live. We figure out where to live based upon schools available for my 5 year old daughter. We are really into school and … Continue reading
Wow – Techcrunch is reporting that Learnvest raised $12MM by providing a financial services site dedicated to educating women. Offer educational materials, financial bootcamps and Suze Ormon Mint type feel. The article says there was a big hole for online … Continue reading
Reading Gigaom by Matthew Ingram which also provides the new FCC report “The Information Needs of Communities: The Changing Media Landscape in a BroadBand Age.” Journalism is a positive externality b/c people receive and benefit without paying. People say that … Continue reading
Salon article by Andrew Leonard really brings up an interesting issue. If we make poorer financial decisions beyond age 53, what happens when much of the countries wealth is controlled by that same group of people? Humorous thought “But anyone … Continue reading