Where Americans think Ukraine is and how that correlates to opinions on intervention.
(via The less Americans know about Ukraine’s location, the more they want U.S. to intervene)
Source: Washington Post
I’m joining BillGuard, because awesome
Thrilled to share that I’m joining the fabulous* BillGuard team as head of marketing, starting next week.
Backstory: I distinctly remember watching Yaron and Raphael unveil BillGuard at TechCrunch Disrupt in May 2011 and thinking “That is how it’s done. Solve a real consumer problem through innovative means and with a gorgeous, intuitive UI.” They got the runner-up prize, and should have won the thing.
Since then, BillGuard has shifted focus to its iPhone app, which retains the credit/debit card security functionality (e.g. push notifications for suspicious charges) and adds slick real-time spend tracking.
It’s already a must-have if you don’t happen to enjoy sneaky charges against your card. And next week, we’re revealing something huge that takes BillGuard to another level entirely.
It’s been three terrific years at Covestor, and I’ll so miss the team there. But I’ve never been as excited to start a new job than this.
* 20 people who are all brilliant, tireless, unconventional, imaginative and nice? Who build with extreme attention to detail and crack you up all the way? Get outta here.
I don’t say that the average Israeli consciously lives the adventure called Israel on a daily basis, either. Israelis live their lives as people do everywhere. They think about their families, their work, what they will have for dinner, how they plan to spend the weekend. They don’t go about pondering the great historical drama of which they are part. But they are a part of it. And I think there are moments in which most of them, however they may conceive of it or phrase it, realize how privileged this makes them despite all the strains and tensions of their existence. I know I do.