We believe that information has value.
Bloomberg charges $24,000 a year for their terminal, a Mexican bank sold information to criminals for just $315, and the FTC is warning data brokerage firms that their practices could violate federal privacy laws.
We believe in the power of community.
We’ve been experimenting with outsourcing some of our reading and then selling that valuable information. If you ever wished you had the extra time to read Reality is Broken, Bossypants, or Aerotroplis you can now have all the information you’d get from reading those books for a fraction of the price and a fraction of the time.
We believe information wants to be free.
Our latest title is important. So it’s free. The book is After the Music Stopped by Alan Blinder, and is sold on Amazon for $19.96.
“[Blinder] is a master storyteller… [After the Music Stopped] is one of the best books yet about the financial crisis.”
—Wall Street Journal
“Blinder’s book deserves its likely place near the top of reading lists about the crisis. It is the best comprehensive history of the episode… A riveting tale.”
“After the Music Stopped is the best account available of what really happened in the 2008 financial crisis, why and what it now means for the future.”
We’ve reduced this book to 757 words. That’s only two minutes of reading. Two minutes of your time and you gain all the insight gleaned from this book by our book reviewer.
We believe there is no such thing as a free lunch.
All we ask is that you sign up for the KmikeyM mailing list. You save $20 and twelve hours and we’ll send you important KmikeyM updates. A win win scenario!
After you subscribe we’ll send you a link to the PDF. We look forward to sharing the insights of After the Music Stopped with you and hope you’ll be interested in what we’re up to next!
We believe this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.