I’ve been busy the past few months, and because of that, I haven’t been doing much due diligence regarding the info posted here and in the Superguide… but I’ve been spending a bit more time on this recently.
So, you know how I’m no great fan of Google Voice, and I say things like what price free and that people should pay for what they need?
Today’s installment of Ask Daley is a follow-up from Karen out in Southwest Colorado. Normally, I don’t post follow-up questions as a feature article, but the subject material overlaps with a topic I’ve been meaning to address for a while now that can help others: how to shop for a used cell phone. On with ...
With today’s Ask Daley, we have a question from Dorkus who I encountered through the MMM Forums. The question is regarding alternatives to cable boxes and providing streaming media to the family television, and the best devices for doing so. Dorkus writes:
Hey everybody, it’s the Jewish New Year! I just want to thank everyone for the wonderful first year I’ve been up helping folks. Despite the bumps and bruises, 5773 has been a fruitful year, and I want to thank you, my readers, for that.
Today, we bring you the third serious installment of Ask Daley where we address methods of saving on your communications budget in some of the less population dense parts of our nation. Karen in SW Colorado writes with questions on how to optimize her communications budget and writes:
Well, I’m not entirely sure how it happened, but I wound up doing a two hour interview with Joshua Sheats over at Radical Personal Finance. Why anyone would want to listen to me talk for two hours is a bit beyond me, but I apparently wasn’t terrible!