Posts tagged taxes
TOPIC: Dave and Mike try to figure out how many bitcoins make a kilocoin, which somehow leads Mike into (yet another) rant on Amazon and the public education system … a deep, deep rant on the public education system. But don’t turn that dial just yet, there’s even more great stuff to listen to!
Jay Garmon joins us again and asks the question:
What two major game console manufacturers almost collaborated on a game unit?
We do deliver on the coolsite front this week again too:
- Nemo Documents – Document storage and retrieval by date!
- Quick Forget – Set an expiration date for that email or message link!
And we end with the podcast only song of the week “Buildings and Mountains” by the Republic Tigers!
TOPIC: Like playing poker online? Well, so did a lot of people apparently; enough so that when the government decided to bust ‘em all for money laundering and fraud there was quite an outcry! We miss Dave, but that’s just as well as he’s probably sick of Mike’s rants about Amazon and tax laws at this point, not to mention more discussion on the Kindle
Jay Garmon comes on and as usual stumps us with this trifle of trivia fun:
What word in the OED is directly credited to the Simpsons?
Without Dave, there’s finally ample time to get to a whole bunch of really cool cool sites of the day:
- EReaderIQ – Gets you connected to the best free kindle books (and alerts you if there’s a price drop on watched books)
- KindleFish – Google translate … for your kindle!
- MarkUp.io – Edit and markup web pages and then share the notes with your friends!
- LightWorks Beta – Llightworks open source video editor. Professional-grade movie editing software.
We end this week with the podcast only song “We Got Tonight (say it again)” by Sleeperstar!
TOPIC: March 28 – Have a small business, or thinking about getting one off the ground? Co-founder of outright.com Kevin Reeth tells us all about a very cool (and free) accounting and invoicing application that will get you off the ground! As a small business and startup expert, he also provides a wealth of information about the current business climate and ways to make sure you are getting every deduction you can. Can’t tell a 1099 or 1065 from a can of WD-40? This show’s the one for you!
Jay Garmon’s Geek Trivia gives us the opportunity to give away a copy of Digitally Daunted by Sean and Jean Westcott to Dan in Utah (tune in next week to hear about more giveways avaialble!), and finally then crank up the tunes with “I Am (What You Want Me to Be)” by Camille Jones. Tune us in and turn it up!