While this video isn’t so much a video as it is an audio track, it’s hilarious none the less.
I know, the hype is over… Everyone else has already reviewed Mint. So what? Maybe I’ve held off on trying Mint.com for a while, I’m quite happy with my current financial management program, even if it is rather basic. Anyhow, I broke down, registered an account and gave it a try.
Long story short, Mint is hot. But if you need a little bit more incentive to try it, here’s the break down.
- Slick interface, staring at numbers has never been more attractive
- Wide range of banks and credit cards are support
- Automatically downloads transactions and categorizes your spending (it’s not always correct, but you can easily change things)
- Great range of information is available at a glance, you login and right away you can see the key numbers for all your accounts
- Ridiculously easy to use
I purchased a Nintendo DS about 6 months ago (when I realized I could play MarioKart whenever my heart desired). I’ve played some of the “best games”–according to the sales charts–the system has to offer.
A couple weeks ago my good friend Aaron bought an iPod touch. A week later he had Super Mario 3 running on it. Am I tempted? You betcha.
Let’s break this down a little bit.
That’s right, I’m running Super Mario Bros. 3 for the NES on my iPod touch, how cool is that?
Update: Instructions for installing NES games on your iPod touch or iPhone can be found here
At the beginning of last month I made a post about my quest to earn money doing nothing, or passive income if you will. Here are the results for the month of October, I made $63.19 in passive income, here’s the break down…
- Interest: $11.13
- Dividends: $13.22
- Credit Card Rewards: $16.57
- AdSense: $7.17
- Text Ads: $15
This blog generated nothing in AdSense income, which is sad, I also didn’t end up doing anything with Revver, so no love there either.