This is really tough. Your credit card isn’t safe even with a reputable merchant. Now we have to use cash right? Is there any way to be safe?
via Stealthy new malware snatching credit cards from retailer’s POS systems | Ars Technica.
A New Kind of Science: Stephen Wolfram: 0001579550088: Amazon.com: Books. Avoid. This has more negative reviews on Amazon than positive. For the creator of such an awesome program, it seemed to have such a poor use of it.
Billions & Billions: Thoughts on Life and Death at the Brink of the Millennium: Carl Sagan: 9780345379184: Amazon.com: Books. This is probably the worst thing that Sagan has been involved in. Avoid. Things are factually wrong, inconsistent and he really needed someone to say “No” to this book.
Podcasting patent troll: We tried to drop lawsuit against Adam Carolla | Ars Technica. “In a statement released today, Personal Audio says that Carolla, who has raised more than $450,000 from fans to fight the case, is wasting their money on an unnecessary lawsuit. ” So let me get this straight, a company that sues people is complaining that they got sued?
A third of consumers with credit files had debts in collections last year – StumbleUpon. Why do you think so many people have problems with collections? Are people irresponsible or is the system broken?