Archive for September, 2010

Money Really Doesn’t Buy Happiness

Posted on September 30th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Utah seems to always be in a state of construction. I’m not sure if it is because the state has the money do redo all the roads or if I just happened to move here when every road in the state needed repair, but needless to say, everywhere you go you will end up being […]

My Worst Nightmare: Being Unprepared

Posted on September 29th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Last night I had a horrible dream. I’m not sure what spurred this dream, as dreams are pretty enigmatic and you can never know what will cause you to fall into a nightmare..maybe it was something I eat… There I am sitting at work. It appears to be lunchtime and one of my co-workings that […]

Ingenuity or Irresponsibility: This Social Experiment Has Me Torn

Posted on September 28th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

The other day I was checking in on my Browsershot.org Shot Factory and happened to observe one site that was being visited. I sometimes check in on what sites are requesting screenshots because there is a chance I could come across some gem that is being redesigned or tweaked and as a closet web developer, […]

SmartyPig Review: The New Pig On The Financial Block

Posted on September 27th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

I’ve mentioned that if you are not getting the most out of your bank, you are certainly better off looking for an alternative. With the invention of online banking, the standard of service for banks has been bumped up even higher. Here’s a bank that is doing some of the bumping: SmartyPig SmartyPig is a […]

Are Your Expenses Necessities or Luxuries?

Posted on September 23rd, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

The other day I read an article over at Free Money Finance titled Three Expenses I Thought I Couldn’t Live Without. I found the fact that the author addressed these things that he sacrificed as expenses instead of necessities very interesting. I admit that I do think of certain things as necessities and do get […]

A Tale Of Two Pianos: My Musical and Financial Journey Into Piano Ownership

Posted on September 22nd, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

Playing the piano is something I have always wanted to pursue. I love classical music and the piano is my favorite instrument.  My family is pretty musical as well and my mom graduated with a degree in music from a prestigious music oriented college. This year after graduating college myself I decided it was time […]

Creating a Screenshot Factory for BrowserShots.org

Posted on September 21st, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

This is the follow up and walk-through promised for making money using BrowserShots.org and the concept of distributed computing. Before we get started, you should read over the previous post describing how BrowserShots.org works. After that, take this as a word of caution: Any requests that come through BrowserShots.org and match your computer configuration are […]

 
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