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Life at a Silicon Valley Startup: PBwiki

Warning: Jobs at my startup are available below. I write a lot about entrepreneurship on iwillteachyoutoberich, but I haven't written much about my day job, a startup in Silicon Valley called PBwiki that I co-founded. Since we're hiring, it's a perfect time to write about life at a startup as a thinly veiled excuse to get you to apply to ...

I’m back from vacation, some links I’m reading

I'm back from India! I had a great time in Delhi and Mumbai, and I'll probably post some of my photos/thoughts a little later. I was also lucky enough to meet up with a few readers (here's Ranjan's writeup on meeting me), so thank you to everyone who met up and said hello. While I'm catching up on stuff, ...

The Planning Fallacy

Eliezer Yudkowsky joins us from Overcoming Bias, an econblog devoted to human rationality and the cognitive psychology of mistakes. And if you think that's interesting, you should see his day job. The Sydney Opera House is among the most epic construction overruns of all time. Initially slated to be completed in 1963 for $7 million, it was finally completed in ...

What’s an informational interview and why aren’t you doing it?

This is a guest post from J.D. Roth, who writes about smart personal finance at Get Rich Slowly. Finding a job can be tough. Competition is fierce, and even if you've got the skills, it's a challenge to make yourself known to the right people. According to Michael Hampton, Director of Career Development at Western Oregon University, informational interviews ...

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What is the Best Way to Make More Money?

The following is a guest post written by FMF of Free Money Finance, a blog devoted to helping readers grow their net worth. FMF posts daily on a wide range of money issues including making money in a variety of different ways. Some of his successful money making ideas include maximizing your greatest asset, getting the most from cash back ...

Benchmarking Asset Allocation Investment Performance Using Indices

Kent E. Irwin is the President and Co-Founder of eFinplan, LLC, the first online comprehensive financial planning software for consumers. He is also a Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy (CAP) and a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU). My article entitled The Asset Allocation Style of Investing, highlighted this method of investing made popular from the study by ...