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Do you limit your breaks to 15 minutes (or another set time) and find that helps? Or do you get back to work when you feel like it?
Usually depends if I find something worth watching on tv, but most of the time I don’t and just get back to work. But I don’t work with any restrictions, like “must work x straight hours”. I generally just let my brain tell me when it’s capable of functioning correctly and when it isn’t
4 hours max. Then I need at least 15 minutes to clear my mind – usually eat something and flip through television channels during the break.
Anyone watch last week’s South Park? South Park is usually hit or miss these days but their GOT treatment had me in stitches. The saga continues tonight where we get to find out the true intentions of “The Princess”
It’s absolutely a legit business. Personally I’ve done several jobs where I sent the client to ThemeForest to pick out a theme. Then I charge then for setting it up and it’s a win-win. Clients get a high quality design for a fraction of what it would cost to create from scratch, and the developer gets paid for the setup work, which in my experiences have been anywhere from $500-$2000.
what’s interesting about 11 is it’s listed as an “important update”. First time I think a new IE release has been pushed like that.
Depends on your target audience. The latest versions of Firefox support mp3 now, but I think it’s only on Linux and Windows at the moment. So not bad for the real world, but from my experience a lot of customers here use Macs. But one solution is to use Flash as a backup source. I have a “Direct Firefox to use Flash” as an option in my player and lots of customers use it to avoid having to create ogg files for every song.
My suggestion would be to use “website by…”. That way you aren’t specifically claiming design or development credit, and it’s also technically correct, as you created the finished product.