Along about the middle of the dot-com boom--when the market had already had two years of 20% annual gains--I read an article that suggested that individual investors had no need of a cash reserve, because they could use credit cards in an emergency.
Last night's MegaMillions drawing was for $370 million dollars. They say that money doesn't buy happiness, but I've got enough happiness right now. So I could totally use $370 million for, say, shoes.
Did I say 'shoes'? [more]
One of my favorite things about getting spam is... wait. Oh, I don't have a favorite thing. Unless you count the creativity involved in coming up with new filters to block spam, there's really nothing about spam that I find positive. [more]
Queercents is a great blog written by and for the queer community. Founded by Nina Smith, the Queercents site offers tips, anecdotes, and epiphanies about finance, taxes, investing, and more, all from a queer perspective. [more]