Some things I have been thinking about:
It seems as if the “historical” truths of the stock market have become obsolete. What if we have entered a period where history won’t repeat itself? Would we even know it if we are throwing our money away? Is it possible that the market won’t recover? Will traditional “buy and hold forever” strategies fail to deliver the way they have in the past?
There is way too much garbage on the internet. Moreover, it is becoming increasingly difficult to find the information you actually want/need. My latest business start-up seeks to address this issue and provide meaningful customized content delivered directly to users.
Hines Ward played in the Super Bowl with an injury that would have left most people on the sidelines indefinitely. How did he do it? It seems the answer lies in an advanced platelet delivery system where a physician injects healthy cells into an injured area in order to speed recovery. I am considering this in lieu of shoulder surgery. What are the risks? How much does it cost?
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AllMyFaves--Delivers hyperlinks to the most popular content on the Internet
StumbleUpon--Helps bloggers and other junkies looking to increase traffic and find cool websites
Hulu--Internet television. A fantastic site to find any channel or show you can think of.
AirFareWatchdog--Set a departure city and receive updates with the lowest airfares.
Diddit--Check off cool things you have done and find out what others have conquered.