If you’re like thousands of other designers, programmers and other creative professionals out there, at one point in time you’ve considered starting your own business. Unlike most, you’ve gone against common sense and decided to open shop for yourself. And not just freelance full-time, mind you, but file for the company name, get some stationery, and wade through the legal mumbo-jumbo.
Copywriter and Art director duo wanted to have a card that they can hand out to promote themselves as a team, but also wanted to have opportunity to practice their professions individually.
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Today I thought I’d share something a little different, and hopefully useful for all you fellow dreamers- a list of some of the websites I’ve found that exude creative coolness or spark inspiration in some way. Some are well known and fun, others may be helpful or quietly inspiring. I hope these suggestions spark your creativity as they do mine!
The economic crisis and ever-rising tuition rates have brought new meaning to the phrase, “broke college kids.” Many students seem at a loss as to what they can do to merely scrape by.
Research has shown that the fastest way to find a new job is to target companies where your friends work. Great. HOW TO: Get a Job at a LinkedIn Connection’s Company
How to Use the Web to Boost Your Chance of Landing the Job You Want | How Life Works Last Updated: 3/28/2013 02:51 PST The economy is showing signs of life again – that’s the good news. The bad news is that unemployment is still at historical highs and if you’re one of the 13 million Americans still struggling to find a job, or wanting to switch jobs, a lot of your applications are probably being swallowed up by the “the black hole.”
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Depending on the flavor of your business, your logo may appear big and flashy, bold and colorful or just plain simple and clever. In this roundup, I’ve turned the spotlight towards the more simple and clever logo styles that leave a strong impression. As simplistic as they may appear, there is genius behind these 60 highly clever minimal logo designs.
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OK, so you can't stand to miss Bravo's The Real Housewives of Atlanta or those great documentaries on The History Channel (we admire your eclectic tastes), but are those steep cable bills making you want to pull out your hair along with the cable wires?
Stanford's Autonomous Car Learns to Slide Park When we last visited Stanford to take a look at the Volkswagen Automotive Innovation Lab (VAIL) work on robotic vehicles, we had the chance to sit in the Junior 3 autonomous car while it slowly backed itself into a parking space. Count us out for a repeat performance with the original Junior autonomous car, which recently learned how to slide park--a process that involves putting itself into reverse, accelerating to 25 mph, quickly braking while simultaneously turning the wheel, and making a 180-degree slide into the parking spot. It's like an extreme form of parallel parking.
The Secret Coke Recipe on "This American Life?" My Dad Found That Maybe you heard the story that went viral today about how the original recipe for Coke may have been revealed after being closely guarded by the company for 125 years. ABC , CBS , NPR , Time , USAToday , Al Jazeera English --everybody’s on the case. Maybe you’ve seen the photo of the hand-written recipe in question (above). My dad, Charles Salter, took that photograph 32 years ago as a columnist for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution . The column was called the " Georgia Rambler ."
Don’t let weak economy keep your business down Many industries are resilient to the ebb and flow of the economy, but the majority of small businesses can be defined in some way as cyclical, or reliant on the general economy. When it takes a dive, a lot of smaller companies tend to go with it. A poor economy also tends to scare, and in most cases deter, potential business owners.
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