Undoubtedly, the world of business is the most profitable career path – whether you’re seeking gainful employment or wanting to be your own boss. Because business experience and knowledge are valued across all industries and career paths, having a fundamental understanding of business ensures stable employment and an ability to venture into business for yourself […]
The Federal Reserve System Anyone who is in Banking & Payments and is a bit of a history buff, would know essential flow of how our money is made. I use the word flaw deliberately, because that is what it is. Money today is created out of thin air. It has been for decades now. […]
Join the cause. Hi, My name is Faisal Khan and I’m a Payment Consultant. For years I have been troubled by the quest to build a payments wiki. Every now and then, I would revisit the idea, but each time I would tell myself “now is not the right time”. Well, that changed a few […]
For over a 15+ years I have been amassing bookmarks, saving everything of possible interest to me in a very organized manner. Of particular importance are the bookmarks I have saved with respect to the payments & banking industry. I’ve always wanted to launch a payments/banking blog where I would share almost everything I have […]
Rather than downloading and installing silly game apps and wasting time on them, why not install something constructive – like apps that will help you and your kids learn: The 55 Best Free Education Apps For iPad.
There are many websites, that give you a very real sense of how small and large our universe is. They do a pretty good job at it too. Then, I stumbled on this site
Computer programming (or coding) is one of the largest subject fields in the world. Millions of programmers code away to give you apps for your desktop and mobile. Developing countries have jumped on to this bandwagon years ago to alleviate themselves out of poverty and provide their citizens access to a very robust economy […]
If the Earth were 100 pixels wide, how far out would the Moon be? How far out would Mars be? To answer this question, someone did a fantastic job and created the How Far is it to Mars? project. This is an exact, scaled representation of how far away Mars is from Earth. Its automatic […]
Charles Eliot was the President of Harvard University from 1869 to 1909. He often used to cite that if a person spent 15 minutes-a-day aside for reading, one could get a liberal education (like that of Harvard) for free. He cited that such books would sit comfortably on a five-foot shelf.