Saturday, February 09, 2013


Tim Harford - Economics Blog

Tim Harford is a senior columnist for the Financial Times. His long-running column, "The Undercover Economist", reveals the economic ideas behind everyday experiences, while a new column, "Since You Asked", offers a sceptical look at the news of the week.

Friday, February 08, 2013


Zalyn - Find & compare relevant car rental coupon, promotion & discount codes

Zalyn helps you find and compare relevant car rental coupons, simplifying your search for the best deal, saving you time and money.


Cheap Car Rentals - AutoSlash

AutoSlash is a website dedicated to saving people money on car rentals. We're the only site on the Internet that applies the best coupons and discounts, tracks rental price changes right up until the pickup date, and re-books users into these savings automatically—ALL FOR FREE!

Let's be honest, there are more sites to book a car rental than you can shake a stick at--rental company websites, big online travel agencies, dedicated car rental websites and many others. They all claim to be able to get you a great deal, but are they any different? The founders of AutoSlash tried all of these sites for their own travel needs back in the day, and found them lacking.

The reason was that they all pretty much did the same thing. They let you book a car rental at the standard rate, and that was it. If you wanted to find a good deal, you had to take matters into your own hands. You had to spend tons of your hard earned time searching for coupons and discount codes, and then even more time plugging those codes into various websites to see which ones gave you the best price.

It's almost embarrassing to admit that I once spent over an hour to save $5 on my rental, and I was actually pretty pleased with myself. That is until I realized that my time was worth way more than $5 an hour. If only there was a better way…

That simple seed of an idea is what led us to found AutoSlash. People should be able to get a great deal on a car rental without having to do a lot of work. When you book with AutoSlash, you're guaranteed to get a good deal—without the hassle.


Classical Music : NPR


Les Miserables ROK Air Force Parody / 레미제라블 공군 패러디 레밀리터리블 - YouTube

Thursday, February 07, 2013


Boarding Area Bloggers - Voices of the Frequent Flyer


Boarding Area - Voices of the Frequent Flyer


Very Good Points - for anyone who travels


Sad and Useless Humor Blog

Tuesday, February 05, 2013


Cheap Tickets, Airline Tickets, Cheap Plane Tickets, Air Travel - CheapOair


Paper War on Vimeo

Paper Diaosi living in a white paper world always has nothing to do. One day, he sees an amazing beauty living on the opposite side of his building. When he is about to propose, the second Paper Diaosi shows up, it makes him furious. In order to get the beauty's love, the two Paper Diaosi begin to fight each other. Time pasts every second. The beauty starts to lose patient. Who will win her love?


Financial News & Markets Analysis - Businessweek


The Fiscal Times - Business, Economics, Politics and Finance

The Fiscal Times (TFT) is digital news, opinion and media service devoted to comprehensive quality reporting on vital fiscal, budgetary, health care and economic issues. TFT strives to become one of the most trusted sources of news, opinion, and research on fiscal policy and its effects on the country at large, including business and consumers.

The Fiscal Times is an editorially independent enterprise, written, edited and produced by experienced professional journalists, that provides an array of original reporting and analysis. It also publishes curated content from its partners, including The Washington Post, CNBC, Business Insider, and Kaiser Health News, and research data important to understanding government policy and economics.


The Big Picture

Welcome to The Big Picture!

The blog is a compendium of what a professional money manager is looking at, thinking about, and writing on. It is written by me (& the crew) for people ranging from investment professionals to media to anyone else interested in investing, markets, and the economy.

It is, by design, laden with facts, statistics, and informed, data-driven opinions. We avoid the squishy, touchy-feely "I think/hope/want" type of fact-free analysis so prevalent in the media and on Wall Street.

I have been writing about these topics for ~15 years, and blogging since 2003. By sheer accident, TBP has become one of the best reviewed finance blogs on the web. We key in on what you should be thinking about when it comes to markets and the economy — and what you should not be doing with your money.

The writing is designed to be very accessible — no PhD required. Hell, no college degree needed. If I can make this stuff understandable to my right brain art teacher wife and my 74 year old retired real estate agent mom, then I can help you learn the basics of markets, investing and the economy.

Monday, February 04, 2013


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