[…] has been publishing a number of interesting articles lately (I didn’t link to his post about making games more cheaply, but it was a good read that I would recommend to all of you), and his latest article about […]
The one reason for forgoing flood insurance I empathize with most is this: I can't afford it. That assumes the cost is so high that cutting all of the less-important bills -- if you can afford them -- still wouldn't raise enough to pay for coverage. You know, things like cable TV, internet, cellphones or dining regularly at restaurants instead of more cheaply at home.
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Feb. 28, 2012 - 4:03 - Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs on how the company’s web-based app platform for mobile phones will help consumers get apps more cheaply.
But now researchers at the University of Glasgow in Scotland have found a way to produce large sheets of high-quality graphene 100 times more cheaply than previous methods. Frugality sites are full of advice for cutting your expenses right away. Everybody's got a list of unnecessary expenses, an exhortation not to buy stuff you don't need, and some ideas for how you can get the things you do need more cheaply. Living cheaply for the long term is different. Call it "strategic frugality."But now researchers at the University of Glasgow in Scotland have found a way to produce large sheets of high-quality graphene 100 times more cheaply than previous methods. Japanese startup SHC Design has developed a 3-D printer that can make prosthetic legs faster and more cheaply than traditional means of manufacturing. Photo: Miho Inada/The Wall Street JournalBut analysts at banks and investment houses have over the years examined the returns of money managers, crunching them with computers and unpicking various “factors” that drive returns. Now some say they have reverse engineered many popular high-octane hedge fund strategies, and can replicate them more cheaply. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has ordered the seizure of a chain of electronics shops to allow shoppers to buy household good more cheaply.