There was an article titled THE NEW GILDED AGE: Rise of the Slacker Millionaires
in yesterday's Washington Post
that caught my eye. It's about Hal McCabe, a 28-year-old AOL employee who quit as soon as his stock options vested and made him a millionaire. He's retired now, but spending his take so fast that friends say he may need to un-retire in a few years. And in an unrelated story
(submitted by dozens of readers over the weekend), we finally learn what Bill Gates plans to do with his
money. Both stories make interesting reading. I wonder how many Slashdot readers share Hal and Bill's money "problem," and how they're
handling it. Hmmm...