Monthly Archives: August 2007

The Credit Crunch Cascade

Someone put consumerism like this: Buying things you don’t need, with money you don’t have, to impress people you don’t like. There are at least three inconsistencies in the above description.The current Credit Crunch brings one to attention: Buying with money you don’t have. If you’re buying a house, then you’re quite the exception if… Continue reading »

Optimize Your Trips

A while ago, I made OptiMap, a Google Maps mashup that will take a number of locations and give you the best way to visit all of them. By best, I mean fastest. Since then, I have been exposed to various ideas on applications for this tool. One is in the real-estate business, where prospective home buyers… Continue reading »