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How to Replace Bad Financial Habits With Good Ones

This is a guest post from Leo Babauta of Zen Habits. His first book, The Power of Less, was recently published by Hyperion. It was Aristotle who said, “We are what we repeatedly do … Excellence is therefore not an act but a habit.”  Comment

Are You Too Short-Sighted to Enjoy HDTV?

If Vision Express was looking for some attention, it just got it. A recent study by the optician chain found that 60-percent...  Comment

The Castro Death-Watch

Renato Pérez Pizarro of the Miami Herald's Cuban Colada blog has a round-up of recent signs that Fidel Castro's health has taken a serious turn for the worse...  Comment

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The next generation of Apple’s Mac mini will be based on Nvidia’s Ion chipset, claims Tom’s Hardware. At the heart of the claim is this from Tom’s Hardware author Tuan Nguyen: An Nvidia partner confirmed to us that Apple was the first to re...  Comment
Whatever hurdles OpenID has to clear to become a widely-adopted de facto standard, its blueprint for success lies at the bottom of millions of blog posts. OpenID and its companion technologies -- along with similar systems like Facebook Connect --...  Comment
GPU-powered general-purpose computing is causing all sorts of security nightmares these days, and wireless access points secured with WPA seem to be the latest victim. Elcomsoft,...  Comment
Is that a phone in your pocket or are you just happy to see me not have to recharge your G1 every two hours?  Comment

What are the chances your CW faves will survive for another season? The official verdict won't come down until the upfronts in May, when the networks unveil their new fall schedules,...  Comment
No Battlestar Galactica fan will ever forget the scene last June when the Colonial fleet finally found Earth. Mere moments of celebration were interrupted by a harsh reality: Earth was far from...  Comment
About six months ago, we reported on a rumor that Keanu Reeves might play Spike Spiegel in an upcoming live-action English adaptation of Cowboy Bebop. We’re now hearing confirmation from Variety...  Comment
Aerosmith rocker Steven Tyler opens up about his…umm…colourful sex life in an interview with February’s Elle magazine. With tidbits of advice like “Don’t get f**kin’ married” and...  Comment

Cheyenne Woods, the niece of Tiger Woods, will be hitting the links for Wake Forest, but in the meantime she’s showing that her uncle’s game has rubbed off on her. At the :42 second mark of...  Comment
On Monday, The Times published a list of ‘Football’s 50 rising stars’. Tucked away in the rundown was this: Masal Bugduv (Olimpia Balti) Moldova’s finest, the 16-year-old attacker has...  Comment
We all remember Von Wafer's sprite commercial from last week, don't we? Well I guess DMiles apparently felt the need to top Von's drunk from last week, so he twanged this breakaway last night...  Comment
With the signings of Derek Lowe and Kenshin Kawakami, let's take a look at what the Braves rotation will look like in the years to come...  Comment

Someone from the Cato Institute sent me this with the message "I’ve been reading your blog posts on the Obama stimulus plan, and I wanted to bring this to your attention, something I think...  Comment
Our culture loves a good story.  Stories are how information, principles, traditions, historical events have been passed down for generations.  Oprah has built a billion dollar mega corporation...  Comment
The loss of a young marketing and media professional in 2008 has Karl Carter thinking about his legacy.  Comment
U.S. retail sales figures add to pessimism  Comment

The House Democrats' $825 billion legislation released on Thursday was supposedly intended to "stimulate" the economy.  Comment
There’s an article over at Reuters listing some of the possible scenarios that might emerge in the confrontation between India and Pakistan. I think the article is best described as an editorial.  Comment
When I wrote a column in May 2005 about how the Newspaper Preservation Act was an unnecessary, anti-competitive, and ultimately ineffective government intrusion into journalism, 15 of the original 28 "joint operating agreements" (JOAs)...  Comment
Bush could barely fill a room at the White House with all of his supporters last night. Our next president is receiving very high marks for his transition. People really do want change and are willing to cut him some slack (for now)...  Comment

There’s still a lot of people who are clueless about computers or how to deal with stores and salespeople who are equally clueless about what they’re selling. With a lot of netbooks being sold...  Comment
Ever wonder what happened to grandma’s gold teeth? If she lived in Japan, there’s a chance that a city government made money by sifting through ashes of her cremated body and taking out...  Comment
Janet and Linda are very Christian. They made a very Christian cooking show pilot for the Food Network, in the basement of their church, all on their own. Will the Food Network pick it up...  Comment
I'm... I'm not gonna make it. Tell my wife... I love her...  Comment

What do ya get when you mix sassy red with nude pink, add a dash of Smurfy blue, and pour in *lots* of cream? Answer: a recipe for Essie’s spring 2009 color collection. From left to right:...  Comment
The Aivilo pump from Moschino Cheap and Chic gives you that preppy yet feminine look that has been popularized once again by Gossip Girl. These pretty pumps feature a glossy patent leather beige...  Comment
Sephora’s got Urban Decay Sin Primer Potion for sale online, yea! I think Sin’s shimmery champagne looks sinfully good paired with bright eyeliners… Color for the color shy To line my eyes...  Comment
Oh, Never Mind—Thought You Meant “Thyme,” The Herb, Which We Actually Do Save In A Little Jar Unlike the flash cards you used to have in school, this Kingston job will not help you learn to tell analog time or expand your French vocab. If I c...  Comment

Have you ever really done any research on the health problems and conditions that childhood obesity causes? Parents today are rightly concerned about this issue.  Comment
Those who have been through marriage preparation classes could perhaps be better prepared for the reality of marriage. They're a good idea but they still don't have all the answers.  Comment
Many people haven’t looked at their resume in years; they haven’t needed to. But in 2009’s collapsed economy, jobs are shaking out like coins from a piggy bank. If you’ve been laid off or...  Comment
A measure introduced by US Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), Susan Collins (R-ME), and Charles Schumer (D-NY) would establish a national voucher program to encourage drivers to trade in older,...  Comment
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