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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Rob Friesel tagged money

James Sommers, writing for Aeon: «The price of a word is being bid to zero. That one magazine story I’ve been working on has been in production for a year and a half now, it’s been a huge part of my life, it’s soaked up so many after-hours, I’ve done complete rewrites for editors — I’ve done, and will continue to do, just about anything they say — and all for free. There’s no venture capital out there for this; there are no recruiters pursuing me; in writer-town I’m an absolute nothing, the average response time on the emails I send is, like, three and a half weeks. I could put the whole of my energy and talent into an article, everything I think and am, and still it could be worth zero dollars.» This resonates with me in so many painfully obvious ways.

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Charlie Stross on understanding the hyper-rich through the lens of tomorrow's history.

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at Get Rich Slowly :: summary: total monies divided 50/20/30 along the lines of needs/savings/wants (interesting)

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via Consumerism Commentary :: an interesting approach to a common tip (weighting 5 different factors to arrive at different targets for your emergency fund); does seem like a common sense approach but also interesting to see this kind of flexibility added into what is a hard-and-fast calculation everywhere else

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"Based on his findings, a 2,000-calorie diet would cost just $3.52 a day if it consisted of junk food, compared with $36.32 a day for a diet of low-energy dense foods."

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via Everything Finance :: more common sense tips & "rules" (but the specific numbers are nice for a change)

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