You’ve never heard of Yuji Ijiri. But back in 1989 he created something incredible. When people look back hundreds of years from now, only the printing press and the Internet will have it beat for sheer mind-boggling impact on society. So what am I talking about? What did Ijiri create that’s so amazing? Triple-entry accounting.
Friday, Jul 14th 2017 (12:00am) | Thanks: medium
The next time you spot a red quarter, and the date on it is from before 1992, there is a very good chance that it was used to make someone's arcade experience a happy one. Keep the cycle going and use it to credit-up the next video game you come across!
Monday, Feb 13th 2017 (12:01am)
Canadia has a minted million-dollar coin, the world's first. The legal tender is struck from 100 kilograms of 99999 pure gold bullion, and there are currently five in circulation.
Like most Americans, I have it in the back of my head that I will someday, somehow become fabulously wealthy. Having no real skills that would ever get me to that point honestly, I naturally depend on the lottery to make me rich.
Vice Media found a lawyer who specializes in keeping lottery winners on track, and asked him for a primer on how to handle this financial eventuality.
Money can buy happiness according to Cambridge University. In a study of almost 77,000 bank transactions, they found people who spent more on purchases that matched their personality were happiest.
Friday, Apr 8th 2016 (12:03am)
The odds of winning the Powerball jackpot are 1 in 292,201,338. But someone has to win, right? We decided to put that idea to the test. This game starts with $100 to play against multiple lottery drawings. Pick your numbers and watch the money disappear. Based on the odds, you're likely to hit numbers that pay out smaller prizes. This is for educational purposes only, we're not giving you any money. Oh, and good luck!
Monday, Jan 11th 2016 (12:00am)
Looking at purchasing power compared to the average, this interactive map will show you how far your money really goes where you are... or where you'd like to go. Very handy if you're shopping for a new place to move to.
Friday, Jul 17th 2015 (12:02am)
The backsides of the new banknotes feature color palettes that look like digitally blurred versions of the images found on the fronts of the bills. Both sides of the bills were selected by Norges Bank during a competition held in the spring of 2014.
Thursday, Oct 9th 2014 (2:46am)
Consider the possibilities....what a brilliant idea, and a brilliant move. Have fun sharing this. Let us know if you try this move and how successful you are with it... I know the first unsolicited card I get... I'll be trying it!
Friday, Aug 9th 2013 (3:01am)
Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actual numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is.
Tuesday, May 14th 2013 (12:02am)
Canada's iconic penny gets one step closer to extinction Monday as the Royal Canadian Mint officially stops distributing the coins to financial institutions. Businesses are now beginning to round cash transactions to the nearest five-cent increment in a "fair and transparent manner" - but there are 35 billion of them still in circulation.
Thursday, Feb 7th 2013 (3:05am)
Steve Wozniak prints his own pads of $2 bills... and spends them. He'll sell you a sheet with 4 bills for $5. Joshua Topolsky investigates this interesting bit of commerce on The Engadget Show.
Tuesday, Apr 3rd 2012 (5:00am) | Thanks: JesusFlysSouth
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