In January I was really upset to learn my Chase Continental Card had foreign transaction fees. I replaced my AMEX with the Chase Continental card due to their partnership ending and was hoping to find a card that replicated those perks to the max. So when I went to Israel and noticed dozens of foreign
Not much to say here… Here is a recent check in by someone I follow on Foursquare: I don’t think I know who this is, but found the face priceless next to the check in. Here is his larger photo and his 4sq profile.
So I write about search topics, mostly Google stuff. My friends, co-workers, and family all know it. So when an article from the NY Times named Search Optimization and Its Dirty Little Secrets is published, I likely know about it before you tell me. I received several e-mail forwards about this article from friends and
A couple hours ago I received a call to take a phone interview about the costs of health insurance. I didn’t have time to be polled, I was pretty busy at the time. The nice sounding lady said the interview would “only take about a few minutes…” I was in a rush, so I said,
I hate it, absolutely hate it, when I see company partners not supporting the brands they partner with. It seems under handed and downright wrong! That is what happened when I reached out to Chase on the Continental credit card. As you know, I left AMEX for Continental’s credit card because the AMEX/Continental partnership ended.
Last week I began having major issues with my beloved Verizon FiOS. I was so sad, my FiOS internet, which has been incredibly reliable and super fast was failing me. At first I thought it was DNS related. Web sites and emails would not load or send and then on second or third try it