Marc Lehmann's "FCrackZip" Last change: 2008-08-04 NEWS: Version 0.2.0 has been released, which includes a new mode to crack cp-mask'ed images. Hi, this is the start of a my fcrackzip page ;) fcrackzip is a zip password cracker, similar to fzc, zipcrack and others.
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Poster Archive - Velcro Suit - The Graphic Design and Illustration of Adam Hill About / News Contact next index Poster Archive Crystal Clear Crystal Clear From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Jump to: navigation, search Icons from the Crystal Clear icon set (archived page as of 10 October 2012 at Internet Archive) by Everaldo Coelho. – The icons are licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL).
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Freebies Welcome to the Freebies Pages. Here you will find all the vectors, brushes, textures and all the different resources available on the blog and sorted by similarity. About the license is Creative Commons 3.0, that means that you can use them in personal and commercial projects as long as you give me the proper attribution. Icons by snap2objects or Mauricio Duque for example or a link back to the Facebook fan page.
The design company is not the only place to be a designer Younger designers often come to me looking for advice on getting hired. As most of my design work has been in self-employment, I’m not the best person to ask — one reason why I started the “What employers look for” series — but if you’re finding studio work hard to come by, I overheard this valuable tip in a chat between Mike Dempsey and Michael Wolff. Mike Dempsey: Younger designers [are] getting into a very overcrowded business, and increasingly so. Do you have any thoughts?