The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Google Glass Edition

I just spotted my first person using Google Glass (or some similar item) out in public.

For those unaware, Google Glass is essentially a pair of glasses that allows you to “overlay” data on top of what you’re seeing around you.

Anyway, the person using it was talking to himself and almost walked out in front of traffic. The technology seems cool, but that’s a bit worrisome for both him and the people around him.

The Many College-Related Decisions Post-secondary education involves making a lot of choices. Many of those choices have powerful personal finance impact. Choose wisely. (@ free money finance)

Does Cohabitation Make Financial Sense? Cohabitation saves money while the relationship is strong, but if the relationship weakens, it can end up being quite messy. (@ your personal finance pro)

Why the Local Bag Lady Is Financially Savvier Than Many Celebrities Earning more money isn’t the automatic solution to financial success that some make it out to be. You have to make sensible decisions on spending no matter how much income you earn. (@ len penzo)

Unequal Financial Handouts: Bitterness Gets You Nowhere There is nothing gained by being bitter toward others because they get handouts from parents or grandparents or some other source. All bitterness does is take away from your mission. (@ one frugal girl)

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