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If you haven’t used Mint to track your personal finances, then you need to start today. Mint automatically downloads all of your transactions and categorizes them for you. No hassle of entering everything manually, not even a manual sync button. It’s all just some sort of financial magic. Mint is the only reason I have any idea what I’m spending money on, and now I can know if I’m on/off budget where ever I am.

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I work with code all-day-everyday. Code code code. To pull my brain out of this recursive day to day, I love looking at industrial and product design sites. If there was no such thing as computers, this is the job I’d want.

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Death to the Embargo (and the Last Sliver of Integrity)

I purposefully try not to read Techcrunch, but this came across the twitter and – weak as I am – I bit.

One annoying thing for us is when an embargo is broken. That means that a news site goes early with the news despite the fact that they’ve promised not to. The benefits are clear … Traffic and links flow in to whoever breaks an embargo first.

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