Monthly Archives: March 2014

‘Hacking’ The Credit Card Product #fintech

I don’t use credit cards as much as I used to, and I have switched most of my spend to cash. Having worked for a credit card company and a number of banks, I learned to appreciate and use credit … Continue reading

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How To Make Ryan Gosling Work For You, For Free

When I saw this post on Linkedin, I was both overjoyed and taken by surprise. First, someone made it ok to share a picture of Ryan Gosling on Linkedin (now even my professional contacts know that I am on team … Continue reading

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Is Your Pension Money Destroying Your Children’s Future?

Pensions are complex financial products, as if intentionally designed to be so complex that we just hand over our money to pension funds and don’t ask what next. It used to be the case before the financial meltdown that many … Continue reading

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Draught In California, Flooding In London, Apple Takes A Stand On Sustainability, And Making Stuff Out Of Emmissions

In today’s post I wanted to mention some of the top sustainability news that captured my attention. Closest to home was a worrying but very realistic warning about risk of catastrophic flooding in London.

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