Monday, June 23, 2008

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Young and Uninsured in WSJ

My first story in The Wall Street Journal is about a hugely important topic - the uninsured. This piece was hugely inspired by the stories I've heard in the last few months about people who graduate from college and live without health insurance. For anyone who has spent time uninsured (I've been in those trenches before), or anyone who hasn't, this story might be worth reading. Scary stuff.

Read it soon! In a couple of weeks I think it goes behind the pay wall.

UPDATE: I've shrunk and climbed into your iPod. Whee! I was interviewed for the WSJ Your Money Matters podcast. Also on radio stations, but I have no idea where. Oh, the magic of technology!

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Things that Look Like Ron Paul in Argentina

One would think that leaving the country for two weeks would offer some respite from the 2008 campaign blitzkrieg. But observe. In Buenos Aires, not one, but two striking likenesses to Ron Paul. Porrr queee?

At a flea market:

At the farmacia:

Ummm...Speaking of roommates

My former ones have hijacked my Wikipedia page.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Peru y Argentina en mi Corazon

Weeks after returning from a week in Argentina and a week in Peru, I finally got around to making some Flickr sets. Too lazy to write/organize any more. Above, some highlights from Buenos Aires.