Weekly Roundup

Reminder: Don’t forget to enter the $60 gift certificate giveaway. The winner will be picked on August 31st.

ToursByLocals “connects travelers with local tour guides who are keen to share their knowledge, experience and expertise.” If you like to travel this could be a good way to get an inside tour by a local. If being a guide sounds interesting you could make some money doing that.

Dropbox allows you to not only backup and store your computer and mobile files online it will sync your files online and across your computers automatically. The free version features 2GB of storage, with pay plans up to 100GB available.

MUBI is “not just about discovering wonderful new cinema or classic masterpieces. It’s also about discussing and sharing these discoveries, which makes us like a small coffee shop.” There are plenty of big and obscure films to check out on this site.

There seems to be a growing consensus that this could be the most fiscally irresponsible government in U.S. history.

If you like to fish you are going to love this site. Take Me Fishing is packed with info on how to fish, where to go, how to go boating, conservation efforts and information as well as a community board.

Some recent personal finance posts I enjoyed reading.

This is a list of 50 financial aid posts every parent should read.

Keeping with the school theme here is a post asking if college is still worth the debt.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed. Last year I wrote this piece about my changing relationship with money.

Have a great weekend!

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Buck, for mentioning ToursByLocals in your blog! I only just now stumbled across it. (I do some writing for the company, which is based out of Vancouver, BC but has connectinos with local guides in almost 100 countries.)


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