Thanks to all our friends and fans that have suppoported us since 2006!
We’ve gone through a number of changes over the past 7 years, and I can’t wait to get back in touch and find out what stories and adventures you’ve had.
I’ve been working hard on getting Millionster.com back up to its previous awesomeness, so bare with me while we re-organize everything and get our new design out the door.
If you have a blog or site you would like to partner with on upcoming version of Millionster, please let me know.
Still working on finding a way to make this site a priority again. Wish me luck!
I’m so annoyed this morning that I have to dust off my 4-year old blog which I haven’t posted on in 2-years, to give you a word of caution.
I had a great idea for a website and I went to what was once my favorite domain research tool domize.com. The domain showed up as available, nice. I went to register the domain on my webhost, and it was available there too. After I went to complete the purchase the domain was, what? UNAVAILABLE?
Alright this is the funky wallpaper for the Carnival of Credit Report Stories #3. Sponsored by Creditol!
So Iâ€™ve taken this challenge to become a Millionaire but Iâ€™ve realized that my goal is not well defined. What exactly makes someone a Millionaire? Whatâ€™s going to make me a Millionaire?
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The Hot Topic in the design community today is a poster on Craigslist who lashes out at “deluded” individuals seeking cheap design work. I’ve seen this first hand, especially in the SF Bay Area posts of Craigslist. It really bites that in many parts of the country people are constantly trying to undercut hard working artists and designers. I don’t approve. So I thought I would share it with the financial community so that you might think twice before trying to cheapskate a talented artist.
In the Carnival of Under 30 Finances #15 we were asked:
Assume you are an average 25 year old with $25,000 debt (on account of your student loan) You have been given a lump sum $10,000 and the following four choices:
I recently read an article about how men and women view their purchase of a house. The article said that women buy a house for shelter and men buy a house as an investment. I was living at home with my parents at the time and I really wanted to move out. I began to think to myself, ‘Why do I want to move out?’ I obviously was not in dire need of a roof. However, I did want my own independence but most importantly the idea that a condo purchase in my local-potentially booming-downtown city had been flirting with my dreams to be a millionaire.
I spent the last two hours looking for my exported posts and no luck, so I did the unthinkable — I conjured up the forces of darkness to get in touch with lost souls. Ok no, really I did a Google Desktop search, and lo and behold I found nothing more than scraps. So alas, while I wanted to bring you back the great posts from last year, I cannot recover many of them, but I did find a few! Ah well. Back to work!
(Oh btw, my good friend Foro Juan is going to find some his old posts, so hopefully I’ll get those soon)