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Here’s something for USAA Magazine on the pros and cons of buying travel insurance. The art director on this was looking for something that looked like an old postcard. This was a bit of departure me. I scanned in some … Continue reading
Emergency room visits are expensive–for patients and hospitals. In Atlanta, they may have found a solution to that problem. One of the area’s health care providers offers an ambulance service that makes house calls. Read about it here.
Here’s another image that appears in the current issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. This one runs with a story on how indispensable mobile apps, like Zillow and Trulia, are if you are looking to buy or sell a home … Continue reading
Tax day is right around the corner. If you’re one of those fancy people who pays someone to do it for you, or are thinking about becoming one, the current issue of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance points out what you should … Continue reading
Here’s something new for Swarthmore College. This appears in the latest edition of The Bulletin with a feature on social entrepreneurship. Many of the school’s alumni have embraced a business model that seeks to solve society’s problems in a financially … Continue reading
As the 114th Congress convenes, 5280 comments on the electorate’s contradictory decisions–passing ballot measures, like raising the minimum wage and legalizing marijuana while simultaneously electing lawmakers who oppose them. This only happens when the voters are disengaged the process. Until, … Continue reading
Stuntmen perform death-defying feats for our entertainment. Well they used to. Now they do it all in front of green screens wearing motion capture suits. Grantland profiles Rueben Langdon, a classically trained stuntman who is forefront of the changes to … Continue reading