Nice! Newsweek writer Linda Stern gives us a nice write-up in the July 23rd issue of Newsweek (page 61):
There’s a new crop of Web sites for folks who get lonely using Quicken. Social-networking finance sites help members track their money while they kibitz with others to see how they are doing. At wesabe.com (Spanglish for “we know”), financial behavior is shared but identifying details are not. Members can consolidate their financial-account records, chat about shared goals like saving for a car and learn whether they are spending more or less than average on groceries, clothes or beer.
The article is available online here. It’s great to see so many people taking up our ideas and trying out the site. Thanks!