Saturday, November 19, 2005

Guess Whose Site Is In a Book?



Ummm ... how 'bout mine? :)

That's right. Check page 55 of Mary Hunt's latest book, Live Your Life for Half the Price, and what you'll find is a snippet of text that refers readers to my mirror URL (moneyspot.org).



Mary happens to be discussing price books on that page, and she lets folks know that my Excel page has a free price book spreadsheet available for download.

And my internet baby is also listed on page 292, along with a ton of other websites, in the book's "Resources" list.

Yeah, it's a small thing. But I'm still fairly proud. :)

— Posted by Michael @ 7:45 PM








5 Comments:
 

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Heck Yeah! I would be proud too. Congratulations. Ever thought about writing your own book?

 

Suhweet!

 

Anon,

Yeah, I've considered it. Problem is, the market is flooded with personal-finance books, and I'm not sure what I could contribute.

I figure that there probably IS a book in my future it's something I've imagined doing since I was a kid but I haven't stumbled across its genesis yet.

 

Congrats Michael! you sure deserve it :) I've gotten huge value out of your site

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