$1,000,000 = 480.76 / hr

$500,000 = 240.38 / hr

$250,000 = 120.19 / hr

$200,000 = 96.15 / hr

$150,000 = 72.12 / hr

$100,000 = 48.07 / hr

$50,000 = 24.03 / hr

$25,000 = 12.02 / hr

$15,080 = 7.25 / hr

How much do you make per hour?

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Economic Awareness

Every dollar contributed to this fund will go towards the design and development of more interactive applications that educate people about economics and income inequality.

These types of interactive applications help build understanding which leads to better dialog. Your contribution will help talented designers and developers use their talents for good.

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Help me purchase photography for the interactive applications.

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Pay for one month of hosting the server and keeping the lights on.

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Get mentioned as a supporter for the next application I build.

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An economic or political statement of your choice ( I reserve the right to edit these ) on a political application of your choice.

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Contribute an amount you feel is proportional to the value this kind of work represents.

Cow Pool

$1,600 Goal

Imagine walking over to your deep freezer, opening the lid and having access to dozens of choice cuts of beef. No need to drive to the supermarket.

Thats what its like to buy 50 lbs or more of hormone free, grass fed, local beef. The meat is packaged immediately upon slaughter and lasts for 6 months or more in the freezer. This is going to be the best, tenderest, cleanest beef you'll ever taste. You can finally have your steaks rare and your roasts tender.

I've bought beef like this several times now, typically we divide the cow up in quarters. Everyone gets the same cuts, with the exception of a two or three items that are hard to divide. Everyone gets a few choice cuts but at $6.65 a lb plus $1.00 for individual cut cryo-vac packaging, its a great deal all around.

Since cows vary by weight, its hard to peg a specific total cost. Over payments will be refunded, under payments will require a few more dollars at pick up.

4 Left

Pledge $400
Quarter Cow - Typically around 50 lbs with cuts from both the front and back of the cow. There is typically one filet mignon and brisket per cow half, you'll get only one of those.
Oct. 31, 2014 delivery

2 Left

Pledge $800
Half Cow - Typically around 100 lbs with cuts from left or right half of the cow. You'll get all the cuts in a half.
Oct. 31, 2014 delivery