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Privacy - A better way to pay.
> Make a unique debit card number for every single purchase online with just 1 click. Never worry again about credit card breaches, shady merchants, or sneaky subscription billing.
banking  finance  money  privacy  security  creditcard  card  payments  virtual  credit 
november 2018 by jefftriplett
A Day In The Life of my Supposedly Frugal Stomach
I love these blog posts. I have no idea why, but seeing other people's boring routines is fascinating to me.
food  financial  budgeting  inoreader  finance  mmm 
may 2018 by jefftriplett
Can The Best Financial Tips Fit On An Index Card? : All Tech Considered : NPR
> Pollack said that the best personal finance advice "can fit on a 3-by-5 index card, and is available for free in the library — so if you're paying someone for advice, almost by definition, you're probably getting the wrong advice, because the correct advice is so straightforward."
npr  finance 
april 2018 by jefftriplett
> Investing Returns on the Market as a Whole
home  development  data  finance  github  financial  stocks  investing  investment 
november 2017 by jefftriplett
> The online platform that connects investors with top-performing traders.♦

> Automatically make the same investments as our trade leaders in your own brokerage account.
stocks  investing  finance  financial 
august 2016 by jefftriplett
> A close look at the costs that go into running Cushion and the reasons why we use specific services.

This is great! It's amazing how much the costs a small side project can run.
finance  business  app  startup  hosting  expenses  costs  webapp  webdev  startups 
january 2016 by jefftriplett
Bower: Building a Community Is Hard
> It's a very modern approach for a company. What, if all companies which use Bower would allow their developers to participate in the project, they are using daily? It would work. Honestly, not Bower is broken, nor the people complaining it is dead. We only have that situation because *companies want to use the tools, without donating time* from their developers to develop them!
pocket  funding  finance  money  oss  opensource 
november 2015 by jefftriplett
Map the Banks
> The financial crisis cost society 4 trillion dollars. Before we can disrupt the industry, we need to understand what it looks like.
maps  financial  finance  data 
december 2014 by jefftriplett
Log in - the New York Times
depends on how long you plan on living somewhere - - I prefer to rent. Just less yard.
home  housing  finance  money 
july 2014 by jefftriplett
Facebook, One Year Later: What Really Happened in the Biggest IPO Flop Ever
After Facebook's disastrous debut, the preferred clients of big banks walked away with huge profits. How? Public documents and interviews with dozens of investment bankers and research analysts reveal that the Street caught wind of something the public didn't. The social network and the banks told half the story. Here is the other half.
articles  facebook  finance  archive 
may 2013 by jefftriplett

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