But I still like Google. However, I don’t know if I’ll apply again in the future. I want to get hired and stay at a company for a long time. I don’t want to hop around. The company that ends up hiring me will get a loyal, hardworking, enthusiastic employee. There are a lot of places where I can strive for greatness and have that effort rewarded.
Mint.com and BillGuard are convenience services that promise to organize your money for you, with promises like “Get a handle on your finances the free and fast way.” and “The best way to track your spending and protect your cards from fraud and errors.”, respectively. These services download all your transactions from all your banks and credit cards, categorize them, and provide insights based on your spending habits. This sounds quite awesome actually; reconciling where your money goes between multiple websites is a giant pain. They make great promises to keep your data secure, stating that their access to your accounts are “read-only”.