Links Of Interest

Here’s a compilation of some interesting reads from both readers of this blog as well as some select sites from my RSS feeds that I subscribe to.\r\n

\r\nWould you be interested in getting your site linked in a post like this? Make sure to remain active and post comments on my site, and I’ll keep you in my radar. If something piques my interest, I’ll give it a link in my next compilation.\r\n\r\n

High interest credit cards can cause a lot of headaches and put your more in debt. Instead, be on the look out for low interest credit cards that make repayment easier. The best credit cards will offer you low interest for as long as you have the card. Visa credit cards have are often recommended for their low credit card interest rate.

  1. David Bradley

    04/27/2007 12:57 pm

    Thanks for the 3Gb link! Much appreciated. I presume by “peek” you mean “pique”, but what the hey, you gave me a link ;-)\r\n\r\nDave “Once an editor, always an editor” Bradley

  2. David Pitlyuk

    04/27/2007 1:18 pm

    Dave: No problem! And what are you talking about?? It says pique *while I sneakily edit the post* 😉

  3. David Bradley

    04/28/2007 4:02 am

    Heheheh. At least we have the luxury of live edits these days, pity those who made worse mistakes in print!

  4. George Appiah

    04/01/2008 4:57 pm

    Hi David,\r\n\r\nI came across your blog site by complete fluke (love the car pix), but became instantly interested in your insightful discussions about business. I am writing because I am young (23) and in the process of starting my own company. You probably get this a lot but is there any advise you could give, if you have time? any insight would be tremendous! If you can, please respond to [email protected]\r\n\r\nGeorge

  5. David Pitlyuk

    04/01/2008 9:43 pm

    Welcome to the blog George. There’s a ton of information, a lot of which I document on this blog. If you have any specific questions, you can always feel free to contact me directly through the contact tab at the top. If it’s a generic enough question, I may make a post about it.

  6. David Bradley

    10/31/2008 7:31 am

    Just for the record GMail is now up to 7 gigs, so you can use my hack to store up to that online now…welcome to the cloud.

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