Monday, February 23, 2009

The Daily Dozen

  1. Why saving money can make you poor: "...when we focus on saving money, we ignore the real costs. Because money is only one measure of value. We have other things that are far more valuable than money. These are time and effort."
  2. The more irresponsibly you behave, the more government works for you.
  3. The number one dream killer: Doing what works.
  4. The browsers war.
  5. Should you buy a home in the current real estate market?
  6. Why trying to be productive is a huge waste of time.
  7. Kindle 2 speech creating an interesting "copyright keruffle."
  8. Delta Skymiles quickly devaluing. Will they eventually reach zero worth?
  9. The recession is not a lifestyle choice.
  10. Why you can't make money blogging.
  11. 30 websites to visit when you're laid off.
  12. Quote of the day: "Anybody who wants the presidency so much that he'll spend two years organizing and campaigning for it is not to be trusted with the office." -- David Broder


B7 said...

Hi Brian,

Thanks for the link!

I like your blog. It's quite interesting. It's both entertaining and informative.


thinking said...

That first link is a real gem...the thoughts on savings and ultimately more profound definitions of wealth...