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World speed record for steam locomotive set - July 3, 1938
On this day in 1938, the world speed record for steam locomotives was set when Mallard went 126 miles per hour. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
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784: Why I'm Not Paying off My $100,000 Mortgage by Chris Reining on Pay Down Debt or Invest
Chris Reining shares why he's not paying off his mortgage. Episode 784: Why I'm Not Paying off My $100,000 Mortgage by Chris Reining on Pay Down Debt or Invest Chris Reining is a thirty-something guy who provides resources to help manage your money and career to become financially free. His own path to financial freedom has had ups and downs, which is what he writes about on his site. He's been featured in the New York Times, on the Today Show, CNN, CBS, Business Insider, LifeHacker, and more. The original post is located here: https://chrisreining.com/mortgage/ Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.comÂ & inÂ The O.L.D. Podcasts Facebook Group! andÂ Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts With the SendPro software, you can compare shipping rates between carriers, plus save 40 percent off USPS Priority Mail shipping and get 5 cents off every letter you send. Our listeners can try it FREE for 30 days and get a FREE 10 pound scale, but only when you visit:Â PB.com/finance.
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Full Faith & Credit
Ten autumns ago came two watershed moments in the history of money. In September 2008, the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers triggered a financial meltdown from which the world has yet to fully recover. The following month, someone using the name Satoshi Nakamoto introduced BitCoin, the first cryptocurrency. Before our eyes, the very architecture of money was evolving â€” potentially changing the world in the process. In this hour, On the Media looks at the story of money, from its uncertain origins to its digital reinvention in the form of cryptocurrency. 1. The life and work of JSG Boggs, the artist who created hand-drawn replicas of currency that he usedÂ to buy goods and services. WithÂ Lawrence WeschlerÂ and MIT's Neha Narula [@neha].Â Listen. 2.Â A brief history of money withÂ UC Irvine's Bill Maurer and Mark Blyth [@MkBlyth]Â from Brown University.Â Listen.Â 3. How cryptocurrency could shape the future of money, with MIT's Neha Narula [@neha],Â New York Times' Nathaniel Popper [@nathanielpopper], Vinay Gupta [@leashless] of Mattereum, Brown University's Mark Blyth [@MkBlyth] and artist Kevin Abosch [@kevinabosch].Â Listen.