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Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2008
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Today's Cool Site...
Track your mileage
The price of gas has been falling recently. That's a welcome relief to millions of cash-strapped Americans.
Unfortunately, gas is still expensive. So, it makes sense to examine your gas usage. I'm sure you can find ways to make some cuts.
For example, adjusting your driving habits and proper maintenance can help you save. So does a light foot on the accelerator.
Whatever, you'll want to track your mileage. That will tell you what works and what doesn't. And tracking your mileage needn't be difficult.
You don't need to carry a logbook. Instead, track your mileage the high-tech way! I have several tools on my site that will help.
You'll be able to monitor your mileage over time. You can also track the maintenance you perform on your car.
And, if you insist on using paper, you can do that, too. You can print out a mileage log to keep in your glove box!
Tough times? I have help
Banks failing. Stocks falling. Families losing their homes. This year has brought us a litany of misery.
This month, an abrupt surge of sad e-mail arrived in my computer. Let me tell you, many of my listeners are hurting.
So, I thought about where I could help. One obvious answer was the Internet. There's a great deal of information on the Web. And I know how to find it. I know where to find free software, too.Last week, I put together Kim's Money Center. It has lots of links that can help you. And it's easy to find. Just click here. You can also reach it from my home page. Click on Kim's Money Center.
Every day, Team Komando produces some of the best content you'll find anywhere on the Internet. Here is a sampling of what's new on our site today!
• Today Only: Take the office with you wherever you go! Enter my Giveaway of the Day Sweepstakes today for your chance to win Citrix GoToMyPC software. This prize, valued at $180, lets you access your office computer safely and securely from any Internet connection. It's easy!
• Video of the Day: When I say "dancing horses," you probably think of cartoons. But think competition. This horse has some serious moves.
• Digital Minute, on your radio: You can afford to visit loved ones this holiday season! You just need a little help finding travel bargains online.
• Free Download of the Day: Staying in shape is important. But you should work out your mind as well. I've got a game that does just that.
• Tip on the site: Most of us have a computer at home and one on the job. We need an easy way to synchronize our files. So, check this tip.
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