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  1. StudentBees: One-Stop Portal for Everything an Australian Student Needs
    April 21st, 2014 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    Search part-time jobs, cheap items for sale, shared accommodations, tutors, study advices, and university news. It’s free to join and to post jobs, items or rooms. Register now and start exploring.

  2. MiniJoops: One-Stop-Shopping for Handmade Children’s Clothes and Accessories
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    September 1st, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    A friend of mine makes coffee sweaters.  What, pray tell, are coffee sweaters?  Well, they’re little knitted things that you wrap around to-go coffee cups so you don’t burn your hands.  It’s a simple idea, and she makes a decent amount selling them.  In many ways, it’s the Internet at its finest – providing a […]

  3. Home Insurance Calculator: Shop Around, Save Money, and Mock the “Experts”
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    August 19th, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    According to this recent piece in Fox News, home insurance rates are on the rise.  That’s bad.  But the article then goes on to say that hope is not lost; there are ways homeowners can reduce their home insurance premiums.  They can, for example, “shop around,” “calculate your insurance needs,” and “choose a high-deductible plan.”  There’s just […]

  4. 4AutoInsuranceQuote: Helpful Guidance to Navigate the No-Man’s Land of Auto Insurance
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    August 12th, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    As everyone knows, the Founding Fathers weren’t too keen on “the common folk.”  They didn’t trust them.  The “masses” were rude, unwashed, uneducated, and an unruly lot.  This is why we have checks and balances, the Electoral College, and lifetime Supreme Court justices.  And, I must say, time has proved the Founders to be relatively […]

  5. Insurance Panda: Your One-Stop Auto Insurance Resource (With a Really Cool Mascot Too)
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    August 5th, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    When you hear the term “insurance panda,” some thoughts may come to mind.  For example, you may surmise (and hope) that Geico ditched that annoying talking Aussie lizard, put up some billboards inside the panda den at the National Zoo, and gave the beloved Mei Xiang a name-change: the insurance panda.  But alas, that’s not the case.  […]

  6. Car Insurance Calculator: Free Customized Auto Insurance Quotes (and Then Some)
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    July 29th, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    A few months ago, with a heavy heart, I got rid of my old vehicle.  It was very emotional.  The tow truck driver came by and hauled it off to a local junkyard and I kept singing the Neil Young song “Long May You Run” in my head (it’s about his car.)  The decision was […]

  7. FlexBooker: Online Gym/Studio Scheduling Platform that Gives Customers One Less Excuse to Exercise
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    July 15th, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    Did you know that if you write down “exercise on Monday” in your datebook you’re 45% more likely to actually exercise?  Unfortunately I can’t “source” the data per se, but I did hear it once on some self-help radio talk show.  So naturally, it must be true.  In other words, the more people consciously plan to […]

  8. eBounties: Want Something? Just Ask the Crowd
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    July 1st, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    If you were to go back and read science fiction at the dawn of the computer era, the optimism was staggering.  Technologists predicted flying cars, the end of disease and famine, and even teleportation. Fast-forward to 2013 and the Internet age, and what do we have to show for it?  Websites of streaming videos of kittens. Mind […]

  9. Clean Pickup: Your One-Stop Your Laundry Pick-Up and Delivery Provider
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    June 17th, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    I recently spent about a week in New York City.  It was insane.  And that’s because I don’t live a the city.  Where I live, even some of the most seemingly annoying tasks – like driving to Target to buy new flip-flops, for example – are relatively seamless.  One could even say pleasant. In the city?  […]

  10. EVNTLIVE: On-Demand Provider of Live Concerts
    May 1st, 2013 by Mike Scutari, posted in Start

    For better or worse, I am a fan of the New York Yankees.  It’s how I was raised; I had no choice in the matter.  But I do have a choice whether to go to their games in the Bronx, and every time I choose not to buy a ticket.  The answer is simple: cost, convenience, and the fact […]

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