Maybe there’s no free lunch, but once in a while, there’s a deal with checking into:
- Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and others are offering free, not of credit on-line courses. They’re the same classes enrolled students take. http://www.saylor.org/frequently-asked-questions
- Some of the large booksellers, along with http://www.gutenberg.org have over 39,000 free e-books available for online reading as well as Kindle, Android, and Apple products. If you get a free e-book, consider making a donation. Gutenberg accepts them.
- Royalty-free music. check out Kevin MacLeod, http://incompetech.com/support.html I’m linking to the support page because I think it’s well done, and lets you know he’s creative, and real. I don’t know him. I used his music compositions for my YouTube book trailers, http://www.youtube.com/cancerwhattodoorsay. Before reading the support page, I sent him a donation and let him know I gave him credit on the last slide of each. I got back an email expressing gratitude. Nice. If you use his music, please donate to him, or at very least, do something on the support page to thank him.
- Budgeting related downloads. http://www.spiritandmoneymatters.com
- Wanna play while you learn? Wanna help the world out? http://freerice.com/about
For every answer you get right, they donate ten grains of rice through the World Food Programme (WFP) to help end hunger. Play and feed hungry people.
- Did you know the cheapest day to fly is Wednesday?