Would Facebook allow us more straightforward, unfettered access to the content we want, in exchange for something as simple as money? And if you could pay to customize your user experience, beyond the degree to which you already can, would you?
Krispy Kreme is doing Free Donut Day too. No purchase necessary at Krispy Kreme.
“We ended up receiving more than 60 responses and ended up receiving free stuff from 35 companies totaling roughly $275 — not a bad return on our $39 investment”
Once I got a black, white, and yellow Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress at the swap.
For a few hours, I didn’t think about the fact that today was the third anniversary of the day I returned to Sacramento after my three months of homelessness in Los Angeles.
The other day I bought some friends breakfast. It made me feel like The Queen Of The World, which is a good return on a $25 investment.
How long before someone options the rights to this story and turns it into a movie, or at least a sitcom?
The most pirated film of the year is a film about thieves and crooks. That sounds about right.
It used to be that your status as a savvy shopper was predicated on whether you knew best how to wrangle every last mile, point, and freebie out of your credit cards. Now we’ve moved on to a more 21st century metric: how much you can make from promo codes.