I don’t watch live TV. The whole notion of being fed content with no control puts me off. For years, that was the primary way to consume content. TV, radio, even newspapers. We had very little control over our content, if any. Then came VOD. Then came music services that let us listen to whateverContinue reading “Watch It”
I pay a hefty sum in taxes. In a sense, this is good, because it means I have a decent income. Of course, if I had a much higher income, I’d probably get away with paying less to no taxes. You see, when you can afford expensive accountants, you can get away with paying noContinue reading “If You Take A Walk, I’ll Tax Your Feet”
Recently, my wife and I noticed we were spending most of our time on Netflix just searching for new content. With the pandemic freeing up a lot of our time, we’ve consumed all the interesting content. We also have Amazon Prime, so we’re in no rush to watch content that isn’t exciting for us. TheContinue reading “Pay By Usage”
I remember as a kid we’d have batteries everywhere. Most commonly, they’d be in the fridge, so they’d last longer. When you’d need one, you’d pick up a random one and hope it still has some juice left. More often than not, it didn’t. It is a bit surprising to me that you could stillContinue reading “Who’s In Charge?”
Sometimes you want to keep a pile of paper sheets together. And sometimes you can’t help but wonder why stapling a few sheets together is so hard. I still remember the school secretary applying her full body weight to staple our exams. When it comes to small expenses, I prefer to invest a little moreContinue reading “People All Over the World, Join Paper”
I dream of one day being able to focus on my own projects. There is so much I want to do: apps, computer games, mobile games, board games. These all take time. With a full day job, time is a luxury. So I’m trying to work on a retirement plan. My current idea is toContinue reading “Get to Work, Money!”
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Figure out what you want to buy long before you actually need it.