Monday, March 5, 2007 1:16:09 AM
You can now start earning money by doing freelance projects, ranging from graphic design, web layouts, css & xhtml styling, php programming, mysql database management, server administration, etc...
In order to get started by opening your free account, click the image below.
Once you have registered for your free account, you can start bidding on projects in USD and complete these projects to earn money. Once you have balance in your account, you can withdraw to paypal, e-Gold, bank wire, cheque, etc...
There is a vast range of projects daily. Probably more than 100 new projects posted daily with different budget ranges. Projects from $5 to $5000. Make your pick!Scriptlance Freelancing
Tuesday, February 27, 2007 1:47:26 AM
Great news!!! Anyone can start from the bottom and become a professional web designer or programmer if they really wanted to.
There are many advantages involved and the work is really interesting as well. Not only will you be earning great money for yourself, but you'll also be enjoying yourself in the process.
In order to get started for FREE, click the link below :Scriptlance Freelance Website
Once you have signed up for a free account, you can start bidding on projects immediately. Once your bid has been chosen by a webmaster, you'll be starting the project and earning payment once the work is complete.
Have fun and remember to come back here and tell me about your experiences.
Sunday, November 19, 2006 3:15:30 PM
I've always had the bad habit of revamping my sites way too often.
I used to have a site at http://www.tribulant.com
but there is nothing there now except for a "Coming Soon..." page.
I recently decided that I needed to get the site up and running again, so I've been spending some time on doing just that.
This is what I have now.
It's not up yet, since I'm still working on the backend programming.
Let me know what you think of the design so far.
Wednesday, May 17, 2006 1:07:52 AM
As we move towards the area of computers, technology, internet and other related areas, we start to wonder where it all came from, and how everything works.
At the end of the day, all of this was and is programmed using languages, which is understood by digital devices and parsed as binary and hexidecimal code.
My question is :
There are so many different programming languages available, which could all more or less serve the same purpose. They all aim more or less at the same goal, and many of them can be used to accomplish the same task.
I am a PHP and MySQL web developer and designer. I create websites, scripts and other internet back end systems. Not only do I use PHP for online/remote communication, but if I really wanted to, I could build full desktop/offline applications which could run through a browser and store data in a MySQL database.
I guess it's quite logical that these different platforms, programming languages and back end systems were created and developed by different companies. I see it this way : Intel and AMD are both digital electronic devices developing companies, mainly known for the CPU's they develop. They both serve the same purpose....which is to make a PC run, but which is better?
Think about it. Let me know what you think.