Category: Money Savers

I know I’m linking to Guy twice in a row, but his latest post makes it clear that he fully groks the Credit Card VC ethos: By the Numbers: How I built a Web 2.0, User-Generated Content, Citizen Journalism, Long-Tail,

My real background — what I did for a living for a decade before I started my first company — was journalism. And then my first company was pretty tied to the news; it operated inside a TV station so

I heard that Cher and Madonna are friends. They’re on a first-name basis. Over at my day job, the worlds best legislative database, we struggle sometime with our name, which can be hard to prounounce. It’d be nice in some

I stumbled across Founders at Work, and was immediately entranced. Guy Kawasaki had the same reaction, and quoted some of the best bits, including this: ¬ďAll the best things I did at Apple came from (a) not having money, and

A VC is talking about the importance of saying no. Sure, of course. A VC eats “no” for breakfast and poops it all day long. That’s what VCs do. The discussion from that post gets into the need for startups

The core meme of this blog is a bit unusual, if only because it goes against the grain of so much of the conventional wisdom. So when there’s an exception, it jumps out. I just today came across this blog

Part of the Credit Card VC ethos, of course, is not spending money in the first place. That’s the thin thread I’m using to insert this meme into this blog. One way to save a small pile of money every

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