What a great way to pay good fortune forward! An anonymous California man (a lottery winner, perhaps?) is hiding up to $100 or so in public places in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose and soon, in Los Angeles -- then posting clues to the money's whereabouts through his Twitter account @HiddenCash.
The $100 bills or envelopes containing several $20 bills are amounting to $1,000-a-day philanthropy in what the Twitter account calls "an anonymous social experiment for good." Read more
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