Hey folks, time for a quarterly update on how the site's doing financially, and a reminder that the direct financial support of MetaFilter's membership and readers is fundamental to keeping this place operational. Your help supporting this community is vital, and appreciated. [more inside]
Here's a first quarterly update on where we're at with site revenue and expenses. We've made some progress from where we were this summer; your help in funding the site is a fundamental part of that. [more inside]
It's a little over a month since the State of the Site post where I talked about our current revenue shortfall, and as part of a goal of moving toward more regular financial updates I wanted to give a quick snapshot of where we are now. [more inside]
After a couple months of fundraising and general money belt-tightening and Google up and downing, I wanted to give an update. [more inside]
Follow-up: Elizabeth Warren to be named as interim head of the newly created Consumer Finance Protection Bureau. Previously. [more inside]
Please: point me to your favorite personal finance questions (and answers) on AskMe. [more inside]
Followup to my Keane question. The money wasn't as exciting as I thought, but what a painful experience! [more inside]
Announcing the new MetaFilter Fundraising for Fun project. dios and rothko/AlexReynolds have agreed to let you guys vote with your dollars, for charity. Throw some cash into the till for the guy you want to take a break for a week, and in the end it all goes to Creative Commons' fundraiser. Think of it as a charity dunk tank: you put down five bucks to toss a few at the guy you love to hate. It'll run for a week, so let's make the fun last.