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Reminds me of TrueBill (https://www.truebill.com/). Do you also add your credit cards so it automatically adds and identify recurring subscriptions and monitor price changes?
Was also a Mint user forever ago and moved to https://gaug.es years ago
I use the dongle for it instead of BT, much faster (or at least feels like it) and less typical BT issues.
Logitech MX Master I talk about here: https://paulstamatiou.com/stuff-i-use/ Love it so much I have 3 :) Two at home, one at work. They updated it to have a new model the 2S or something but it's basically the same.
But they can easily be incorrectly/insufficiently scribed as well as easily misinterpreted. Usually want a mix of qual and quant :)
+1 for jekyll, hosted on S3/cloudfront! been using it for my site for about 7 years now: https://paulstamatiou.com/
Wow it works.. a bit too well https://twitter.com/Stammy/status/885228721652637696
I don't think we can begin to critique the business being as external as we are. There can be a million different reasons as for why something doesn't end up working out (former three time failed startup founder here :D).
On the personal finances side of things, I'd suggest checking out the r/personalfinance subreddit. Lots of good tips there.
Nice work! Only real feedback is that I felt the motion was a tad overdone and could be reduced/more subtle. Loading the about page has 6 different elements that move, not counting the others that just fade in. For example the top copy block on the about page moves what feels like 500px into place. Can you achieve a similar effect by just moving up 30px or so as you fade in?
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