Designer’s Survival Guide – The eBook
Your Cheat Sheet of Essential Tips, Tricks and Pitfalls to Avoid from Eight Experienced Industry Professionals
Whether you are on this island by your own accord or its been thrust upon you, we’re here to help you survive and thrive. We’ve collected survival stories and advice from people who have actually been where you are. These survivors will give you the tools, tips and tricks for every area of your design business.
via a broadcast email/note from Andy Stanley Hi Everyone, I have an exciting announcement I wanted to share with you. Next month we will launch our newest campus, North Point Online. Beginning Sunday, August 16, our evening service at Buckhead Church will be broadcast live on the Internet at www.northpointonline.tv. The online service will include worship, teaching, the opportunity to dialogue about that evening’s experience, and much more. You can learn all the specifics on our blog:www.northpointonline.tv. What’s most exciting about North Point Online is the unique opportunity for those of us who are part of North Point Ministries to share the experience with our friends, no matter where they live. We hope this will be a tool you can use to reach your unchurched friends who do not live near one of our churches. As we move toward the launch of North Point Online, there are two ways you can help. If you utilize social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, blogs, etc.), will you partner with us by promoting North Point Online through your networks? If so, simply click here and give us your information. We will get back to you with the details. Join us for a live, online gathering on Tuesday, July 28, at 8 p.m. at www.northpointonline.tv. We will be sharing some important details, as well as praying for our friends who might be led into a growing relationship with Christ through North Point Online. We will also release our second promotional video during the broadcast. More information regarding the online gathering is available atwww.northpointonline.tv. So mark your calendars for Tuesday, July 28, at 8 p.m. Parking should be a breeze! I hope you are as excited as we are about this new venture. I am grateful for your partnership as we serve together to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus. Sincerely, Andy
From: Mark Misenheimer <email@example.com>
Date: July 3, 2009 4:46:18 PM EDT
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sorry for the broadcast email, but for clients and friends alike (many of which are all across the world!), this could be advantageous – in case you didn’t know (or had never
actually tried it out, like i had not (until today))
so, i am late to this video chat party, i suppose, but if you have a gmail acct. and have a computer with a camera (macbooks and macbook pros are sweet for this, since they
have cameras built in), and install the free google video chat software, and we can talk live via video and catch up, or discuss layouts, or etc.
just an fyi. no need to respond.
happy 4th of July and God bless America, and the World!
Making a call
To make a voice or video call, just follow these steps:
â€¢ In the Chat section of your Gmail, select the contact you’d like to call
â€¢ Click the Video & more link in the lower-left part of the chat window
â€¢ Click either Start voice chat or Start video chat (if you don’t see these options, or if the person’s name doesn’t have a camera icon next ot it, they aren’t available for a
voice or video chat – more troubleshooting options)
â€¢ If you’d like to make the video area full screen, just move your cursor over the video chat and click the icon in the upper-left corner
â€¢ To resize the video area, you can click the Pop-out link in the chat window and drag the edges until the video is the size you’d like
When you’re done chatting, just click the hang up button.
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