www.MoneyTracker.com.au is a great site that lets you track the location of your bank notes after you spend them.
Basically you go to the money tracker web site, and enter the serial number of any bank notes (cash) you have. Then you just spend them like you normally do. Eventually, someone else will get the note, enter it into money tracker which then notifies you of the new location of your bank note.
This fascinating idea was inspired by the US website http://wheresgeorge.com/ which lets you track U.S. bank notes.
Now all we need is some sort of machine that can help us get our money back after we spend it :)
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Posted by Neil Ennis at 7:32 PM
Sunday, December 16, 2007
Scince fiction writer and visionary Arthur C Clarke turned 90 on Sunday.
Best known for his blockbuster "2001: A Space Odyssey", he also wrote numerous other books and short stories.
I've devoured most of his works since I was 11 years old, amd marvelled at Clarke's optimistic vision of the future, and what we could achieve as a species. He made the future exciting. I couldn't wait for it to happen, and still can't :)
I hope you stay around till you're at least 100, Sir Arthur. We need more optimistic vision like yours.
Posted by Neil Ennis at 10:01 PM