Thursday, July 8th, 2010...2:00 pm
Top Ten Re-Tweets of the Week #16
It’s the Re-Tweets of the Week! For those new to DBF this is the point in the week where I recap some of the better links dished out on that popular link lovin’, social climbing website we all know and love, and sometimes love to hate – Twitter.
So let’s get started!
Top Ten Re-Tweets Of The Week!
Freelancers will always run into client situations that will make them want to scream. But before you decide to run to your sympathetic friends over the Internet, be sure to check out this article on Freelance Switch first!
Leave it to Jacob Cass to find the really good and useful information! If you are looking for more ways of getting noticed than this article on Design Mag can really help you out.
This one wins my vote for favorite Tweet of the week! The news was announced this week that Amazon purchased the ever-so-popular, one-deal-a-day website Woot! By way of announcing the deal, Woot! created this very clever and rockin’ video. It’s so great I almost want to add it to my iPod.
This past Friday wasn’t just slow for Smashingmag, it felt slow for me as well. So when they posted this tweet, I was quick to click it. What I got can only be explained by the images in this whimsical collection of photos.
Designing for WordPress is one of the best ways of sharpening your coding skills. But what happens when you want to start selling your designs? Cats Who Blog has a great write up this week on 5 really helpful tips to do just that.
This is a very cool idea. Sometimes it’s the personal touch that makes the biggest impact. With this fun program from Pilot you can create a font set of your own handwriting to use in emails. Kind of cool huh?
I chose to spotlight this article on Facebook Marketing because I had a client ask me to teach him exactly what was written by HubSpot. If you’re like my client and want to get better at marking through Facebook, this is one you will want to bookmark.
Justin Seeley is one of my favorite Photoshop instructors. To my great pleasure he is returning to teaching through DVDs. The new DVD is going to be covering all of the awesome new features in CS5 and is perfect for beginners or even those of us that have been around a while. Pre-order yours today!
I have seen multiple “How to make fire” tutorials over the years but none of them compare to this one. When I first looked at it, I thought it was overly complicated and I wasn’t to sure. But after several viewings and testing it out myself, I realized that it covers loads of the features in Photoshop and you end up with a really realistic effect. This tutorial gets an A+!!!
This tweet is for the developers. Now you can learn how the new updates are going to effect developers across the globe. Improvements are being made to performance, history recovery, animation and graphics, feedback, plug-ins and a whole lot more. Can you say html5 goodness? I love FireFox!