Woohoo! Free Skype to US and Canada! (May 18, 2006, 0) - As part of a research study for Bell Canada, I get free VOIP calls to US and Canada. However, that involves booting up a Windows machine, and that’s rather inconvenient at times. Well, Skype just beat that offer.
If you’re in the US or Canada, you can use SkypeOut to call any landline or mobile number
More about credit cards (July 29, 2005, 0) - Chargecards.ca has the goods on credit cards in Canada. Check out the list of student-friendly credit cards for no-fee low-minimum-income no-credit-history-needed deals.
If you’re an international student, though, searching for a credit
card is a frustrating experience. Under “Perfect for students!” and
“Low interest rate!” signs, you’ll find “Must be a Canadian resident.”
It isn’t entirely fair how the
Awesome articles on leadership (December 30, 2007, 0) - David Singer, one of my IBM mentors, blogged a great link to a site just full of good articles, podcasts, and videos on leadership. Awesome stuff. Check out the Marshall Goldsmith Library.
Wahoo! Bikergal! (July 27, 2005, 0) - I’ve signed up with BikeShare, a
Community Bicycle Network
program that’s like a library for bikes. They plan to turn Toronto
into a little Amsterdam (err, the _bicycle_ aspect of Amsterdam, not
some of its other aspects! =) ). Good stuff! CAD 25.00 gets you a
season pass valid until sometime in December. You can borrow and
return a bike from
Monthly book-checking (July 3, 2007, 0) -
10% proper savings, check.
10% charity, check. Adopting the Toronto Public Library as my cause.
Crazy idea fund, check.
Emergency fund in place, check.
Tuition set aside, check.
Money set aside for plane ticket, check.
Rent until February, check.
Random Emacs symbol: map-keymap – Function: Call FUNCTION once for each event binding in KEYMAP.