MrsRoos wrote:Is the Citibank site affected by this? I can't log on.
Check it here: http://www.isup.me/
Looks OK to me.
azurekep wrote:nisiprius wrote:
Obviously all that stuff about the Internet rerouting around damage and being designed to survive a nuclear attack is BS.
I wouldn't worry. The military sites may have been down, but all essential services like Doubleclick and Google Adsense survived just fine.
pkcrafter wrote:Michael Kitces, "How the Internet Destroyed Actively Managed Mutual Funds"
Nah, the internet may have helped a bit, but it was the Bogleheads.
Saving$ wrote:No reason to burden your HOA with ongoing monthly subscription fee. Look at some of the free online services, such as Zoho, or Brightbook or Wave. Wave works well if you don't need to do fund accounting.
prudent wrote:Here's a post to see if you get a notification.
talltodd wrote:http://www.theretirementmanifesto.com/h ... -paycheck/
qwertyjazz wrote:Pick one you will be completely wrong. But if you do not pick one, it will be worse.
Should I stay or should I go now?
If I go there will be trouble
And if I stay it will be double
So come on and let me know
The indecision's bugging me
-- The Clash
Bustoff wrote:How do we gauge the general health of the stock market?