Here's the problem: we have so many different ways to communicate with one another that it's difficult to know the best way to reach any one person at any given time (let alone a group of people), and the content of whatever you need to say to them also plays into the medium you ought to use.
Wouldn't it be cool if there were a simplified, consolidated communication platform that aggregated all forms of incoming messages and allowed you to react and respond to them in a logical, natural, and streamlined fashion? In essence, wouldn't it be cool if all of your communication could be "omnisynchronous?"
With the help of my coworkers Justin Dambach and Claire Muth, I created a snazzy introductory video to a new product we call "Portrait."
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Mint.com will securely bring in all of your transactions from all of your credit cards, checking accounts, savings accounts, loans, you name it. Then, behind the curtain, Mint.com will utilize its vast database of user-generated tags to take all of your transactions and tag them accurately and instantly.
Suddenly, without doing any work yourself, you have access to an incredible answer to the one question that drives you crazy at the end of every month, “Where in the world has all my money gone?!”
With H-P indicating that it will exit the PC business, prematurely kill off its tablet and webOS offerings, and acquire a little-known business analytics company for many billions of dollars, the hardware world as we know it is about to change dramatically. Many have compared this recent move by H-P to the strategies of IBM a decade ago, selling its PC business to Lenovo and focusing on business services with high profit margins. Others have argued that IBM's transition was infinitely cleaner, smarter, and well orchestrated, citing the fact that IBM already had a buyer for its PC business where H-P has none in sight.
Have you been over to Klout.com yet? If you use Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, or LinkedIn, click here to find out your Klout score. Check it out and explore your score, and then come back to read the rest of this post (it will make a lot more sense to you if you know what Klout feels like).
Ok, I've just had a revelation in regards to personal finance. Read on if you're interested in drastically improving your credit score while maintaining your lifestyle, or if you just want to debate, but please keep in mind the fact that I am not a professional financial advisor; I am merely sharing my observations in the hopes that you draw your own conclusions. I've read numerous personal finance books. Probably not as many as some of you, but probably more than some of you, too. My two favorites are I Will Teach You To Be Rich by Ramit Sethi andThe Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey.
While those two books are truly great, they left me with a few unanswered questions.