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Saving with frugality Frugal living: saving without sacrifice TL;DR version: I’m frugal because I want to give more to charity. Even if you don’t share my goal, I’d like to share advice that can help you achieve more of what you’d like. Download the PDF or read: Frugality is a word that may have several meanings. Benefits of being frugal: More money left over for things you really care aboutLess things to transport when moving (time and money costs)Less things to store when living (maintenance costs)Less things to worry about (psychological costs)Less environmental impactIf you choose to eat less, you’ll stay healthier and live longer (see caloric restriction)What follows is a list of numerous ideas and techniques. Psychological Principles:

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World distribution of wealth World distribution of wealth, GDP, and population by region in the year 2000 World distribution of wealth is the statistical data that describes how wealth is distributed around the world. The guideline for categorizing the data is to organize it based on the continent on which the people with wealth reside. Data organization[edit] Sometimes the data is organized by household wealth. World distribution of wealth[edit] Data for the following tables is obtained from The UN-WIDER World Distribution of Household Wealth Report.[1] North America 2006[edit] Central and South America[edit] Distribution of Wealth of Central and South American in the Year 2000 Europe[edit] Distribution of Wealth in Europe in the Year 2000 Africa[edit] Distribution of Wealth of Africa in the Year 2000 Middle East[edit] Distribution of Wealth of the Middle East in the Year 2000 (Includes Israel) Asia[edit] Distribution of Wealth of Asia in the Year 2000 Other[edit] Net worth per capita[edit] References[edit] See also[edit]

Choosing Secure Passwords As insecure as passwords generally are, they're not going away anytime soon. Every year you have more and more passwords to deal with, and every year they get easier and easier to break. You need a strategy. The best way to explain how to choose a good password is to explain how they're broken. There are commercial programs that do password cracking, sold primarily to police departments. The efficiency of password cracking depends on two largely independent things: power and efficiency. Power is simply computing power. Efficiency is the ability to guess passwords cleverly. A typical password consists of a root plus an appendage. Crackers use different dictionaries: English words, names, foreign words, phonetic patterns and so on for roots; two digits, dates, single symbols and so on for appendages. Modern password crackers combine different words from their dictionaries: What was remarkable about all three cracking sessions were the types of plains that got revealed. You get the idea.

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