Every year brings a new opportunity to improve your financial standing, especially if you’ve got family.
If there’s one thing that I’ve learned after getting married and having kids is that things can get fiscally complex really quickly and without some sort of plan it’ll get out of hand before you know it.
April 10, 2015 was a big day for Apple as they re-released what would become the new-ish version of their MacBook line, redesigned and re-engineered to be altogether different and most likely the beginning of an new generation of notebook computers.
There have been (and still are) many prognostications about what this meant for Apple, the MacBook Air line, and even its effect on the future of desktop computing, but this post doesn’t really care about any of those things.
Saw this via HN as reasons to join a startup: