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This Week in the Archives: Cable, 401(k) Borrowing, and Credit Reports

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Each week, I look back at some of the better or more interesting entries I’ve posted throughout the last few years at Consumerism Commentary. Here’s what was on my mind March 23-31, 2006, and it was a busy week:

* Mar. 24: Microsoft’s Strategy: Screw the Customer (4 comments)
* Mar. 24: Lose Your Money In Three Easy Generations (3 comments)
* Mar. 27: Cable Internet vs. Cable Television (5 comments)
* Mar. 27: Spend More With Cash or Plastic? (7 comments)
* Mar. 28: Sort Out Your Finances (6 comments)
* Mar. 29: Flexo’s MBA: Still in Progress (6 comments)
* Mar. 29: You Get Three Free Annual Credit Reports (6 comments)
* Mar. 30: Tips for Picking Out a Suit (5 comments)
* Mar. 31: Two pfblogs.org Developments (7 comments)

A year ago this week, I switched the blog software from Movable Type to WordPress, and the blog has looked pretty much the same since. I’m bored when there isn’t change, so I created the new graphics at the top of the page from stock photography over the past weekend. Here’s more from March 23-31, 2005:

* Mar. 23: Should You Borrow From Your 401(k)? (6 comments)
* Mar. 23: Emigrant Direct Account Opening (12 comments)
* Mar. 24: Investing Scams (1 comment)
* Mar. 27: Flexo, an Introduction (4 comments)
* Mar. 28: Six-Figure Yentl (2 comments)
* Mar. 30: More on 401(k) Borrowing (4 comments)
* Mar. 30: Housing: Rent or Buy in NYC? (2 comments)

In March 2004, I was taking a hiatus from blogging at Consumerism Commentary.

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Luke Landes 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 Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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