Two Unusual Internet Roadtrips
I have no actual article for you today, but I thought I’d share two other things that popped up on the Internet this morning.
First of all, I had the opportunity to take a virtual trip to Singapore, where Ellesse Chow, the editor of a website called “Goal Setting College” conducted an email interview with me to share the idea of saving for early retirement with her own readers. It was fun, and it was my first interview of any sort. Since Singapore is a far-away land for me, I figured this was a good way to test out the interview waters in a place where not everyone will see it, much like how Arnold occasionally does commercials in Japan to avoid wearing out his image in the US. Here’s that interview if you are interested: http://www.goal-setting-college.com/success-stories/how-to-retire-early-and-live-well/
Secondly, someone made a nice Onion-style “Infographic” out of the Cost of Commuting article that I posted a couple of weeks ago. It covers the same information as the original article, but makes it sound much more exciting and important because of the giant fonts and pictures. Since it has a link back to MMM, perhaps this will start a second round of viral internet forwarding for that post (it has been read by about 70,000 people so far!)
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