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This Week in the Archives

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Throughout the year, I’ll be linking to articles on Consumerism Commentary from previous years. I’m using this as an opportunity to point out any interesting or well-discussed posts that newer readers and occasional visitors might have missed. Here are some from March 1-7, 2006:

* Mar. 2: New $10 Bill Circulates Today (3 comments)
* Mar. 3: Pay Increase Details (3 comments)
* Mar. 5: Saving Another $10 on Cable Internet (10 comments)
* Mar. 6: Prices for Healthcare in Retirement Up (3 comments)
* Mar. 6: The Future is Grim: Ben Stein (6 comments)
* Mar. 7: Administrative Note: I’m Fed Up (12 comments)

From March 1-7, 2005:

* Mar. 2: Monthly Update: February (8 comments)
* Mar. 3: Personal Finance Blogs in the News (2 comments)
* Mar. 4: For New Yorkers (6 comments)
* Mar. 6: Web-Based Financial Planning (5 comments)

I have nothing in 2004 as I was taking a break from Consumerism Commentary from February through July 2004.

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Luke Landes, also known as Flexo, is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about him and follow Luke Landes on Twitter. View all articles by .

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