I'm the nighttime oncall, this week, so I get to stay at home and spend more time with my possessions. I have discovered the current form of the eMusic music store, and I like their model a lot more. They don't have everything I'm looking for, but they have more than enough to keep me interested. The files that can be downloaded from them are plain, unprotected mp3 files, encoded in a variable bitrate.
While in Aspen, Keith convinced me that all the money I have saved it moot, while I still have credit card debt, so I withdrew the goodly sum it took me most of 2003 to save, and I'll be using it to pay down some credit card bills. My savings plan is over, for now, and the weekly and monthly withdrawals that were going to my savings account, will henceforth be funnelled directly into my CC debt. Isn't that exciting? I'm going to skim, however, I buy myself a portable music player. I can't decide on this or this. Any advice?
karma.... and keith was right, saving money should come after paying down high interest CC debt
11:17 PM, Jan 7, 2004
One card to charge them all,
One card to find your books red,
One Card to bring you into debt and let the interest bind you!
1:31 AM, Jan 8, 2004
IPOD LIES ABOUT BATTERY LIFE
2:04 PM, Jan 8, 2004
I decided on the karma. It should be waiting for me when I get to the office next week.
2:59 PM, Jan 8, 2004
best way to deal with cc temptation is to submit!
hi-tech hobbies and debt free living are mutually exclusive.
1:08 PM, Jan 10, 2004
2004 will reveal all.
5:47 PM, Jan 10, 2004