Best Money Tips: How to Make Your Own 3D Videos

by Linsey Knerl on 6 August 2010 0 comments
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Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips roundup. Today, we’re showing you how to make your own 3D videos, 6 ways to invest in gold, and how to get rid of those pesky flies!

Top 5 Articles

How to Make Your Own 3D Videos – Save those disposable glasses from the theater! This post shows you how to make any of your videos stored on an iPod a 3D experience. Stepcase Lifehack 

6 Ways to Invest in Gold – Beyond the obvious method of investing in physical gold, there are other options (some a bit easier to liquidate.) Find out all about them here. Million Dollar Journey 

8 Great Financial Tips for Renters – Not everyone is buying, and with these pointers, you can make renting a fiscally-fit decision! PT Money 

Getting Rid of Flies: Traps and Tips – They are just so nasty! You don't have to live with them, however. These pointers are perfect for ending your battles with flies. TipNut 

How to Microwave Gourmet Popcorn in a Brown Paper Bag – Anyone with a few brown lunch sacks can cook up some amazing popcorn with your micro. Check out this tutorial, complete with photos! Squawkfox 

 

Other Essential Reading 

Avoid the Latest Hidden Credit Card Fees – What new tricks will credit card companies have up their sleeves after the Aug 22 credit rules go into effect? Get the scoop before you get dinged. Coupon Sherpa 

Sew Your Own Reusable Snack Bags – If you can sew, there is NO reason to keep buying plastic snack bags. Follow this video to make your own. Angry Chicken  

Is Kindle a Tax on Reading? Is it possible that the constant upgrading of Kindle devices by book readers could actually be considered a tax of some sort? Monevator 

How to Break a Car Lease Without Getting Rear-Ended – Believe it or not, there are things you can do to get out of a lease (without giving your first-born.) Money Talks News 

3 Reasons Stay at Home Parents should Consider Working Part-Time - There are some perks to getting out of the house and working a bit, even if you're the primary care giver. Money Ning

 

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