Last week, Google launched Tip Jar, a selection of ideas for saving money and managing finance which uses its Moderator technology to promote popular and useful ideas. It's an interesting concept which would work well if the entire Google audience was using it, but so far it doesn't seem to have produced many unusual results. most of the tips are pretty obvious, a lot aren't strictly finance-related, and some are borderline illiterate. But we'll keep an eye on it in case something useful comes up.
Google's Money Saving Tips Site Is Interesting But Not Astounding
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