One Year Ago This Week (January 7th – January 13th)

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Here’s a quick look at our favorite posts from one year ago this past week:

Birthday Party Ideas – A smattering of party ideas based on things we’ve done in the past.

Harry Potter Keeps Kids Safe – An interesting tidbit about Harry Potter’s effect on child safety.

Raising Cain – If you’re raising boys and you haven’t seen this yet, you should.

And this is what was happening over at FiveCentNickel over the same period:

Register that Domain Name – A reminder to hop on over to your friendly neighborhood domain registrar and snatch up that catchy domain name pronto.

Free Booze Helps the Homeless – Hmmm… Counterintuitive to say the least, but who can argue with hard data?

Stocks and Bonds vs. Mutual Funds – What’s your best bet? Click and read to find out.

Highest Paid Dead Celebrities – Title says it all.

Published on January 14th, 2007 - Leave a Comment
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