Yard Sales Tips for New Homeowners

I’ll give you some useful yard sales tips! Throwing stuff in the garbage or storing it in an off-site locker is an expensive, and not very earth-friendly, solution. Instead, why not host your very first yard sale! Buying a house is exciting, but excited new homeowners can quickly become cluttered and overwhelmed as they buy furniture and decor. The limited storage… Read More »

1998 Done: Watchful Waiting might be the best strategy!

Looking back on my history of stock buys is proving enlightening. In the first year, I bought five stocks, and had losses with two. Each of the losses was quite minor so I reckon I actually made some money in 1998. Well, except that 1998 isn’t done yet. Hah! Four days before Christmas I bought three more stocks.… Read More »

1998: The Year I Fell in Love With … Dell

… Tech Stocks. And how it almost worked out! With the recent updates on my first year, I managed to earn a paltry 20.4% return on my first four stock picks. Not bad. But then nothing to crow about … would you if you missed out on this return? In this article, you will learn about: my stock… Read More »

Why are you building someone else’s Web 2.0 wealth?

There are many community based sites on the Web2.0… and many of them are private companies, not foundations. While many of them claim to have altruistic motives, sometimes the motivation of money can be much stronger than the notion of building a unique service that helps humanity. For most users, that’s fine because they don’t really worry about such… Read More »

Corporate Philanthropy: The New Arms Race?

These days, corporate philanthropy is becoming a big business in itself as donors and donations grab massive headlines. In fact, it could be claimed that donors are engaged: Corporate Philanthropy: The New Arms Race “The man who dies thus rich dies disgraced” – Andrew Carnegie While some business leaders are directed down a path to earn as much money… Read More »