Archive for February, 2011

FAST DESIGN – The world of graphic design

Filed by team twago on February 28, 2011
FAST DESIGN – The world of graphic design

  We are happy to present you a guest article written by Javier Llanes Ballester. He is a graphic-designer and communicator for audiovisual media. He lives and works in Spain. What exactly is graphic design? I was wondering the other day on the subway. It was on my mind, like any other regular thing: at […]

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Money makes the world go round – business founders and loans

Filed by team twago on February 25, 2011
Money makes the world go round – business founders and loans

Few businesses are in the black from the very beginning. Often, you must first invest large amounts of money into your idea yet get very little in return. In order to finance this endeavour over the first months you need equity capital. The more equity capital you raise, the more likely investors and banks are […]

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The “Mobile World Congress” in Barcelona introduced new mobile Internet trends

Filed by team twago on February 22, 2011
The “Mobile World Congress” in Barcelona introduced new mobile Internet trends

From February 14 to 17 Barcelona once again hosted the “Mobile World Congress” where the latest mobile internet innovations were presented to the audience. As expected, the congress mostly revolved around portable, web-enabled terminal devices. But where will this path lead and who will have the edge over their competitors? In 2010, approximately 1.6 billion […]

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A Freelancer’s guide to being sick

Filed by team twago on February 21, 2011
A Freelancer’s guide to being sick

It is that time of the year again: winter, the cold, wet days and the constant change between your warm flat, the cold outside, overheated trains and so on. If a freelancer falls ill, every missed hour means the loss of money. That is why many freelancers are afraid of illness and find it difficult […]

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Indonesia – With twago around the world

Filed by team twago on February 15, 2011
Indonesia – With twago around the world

Indonesia’s state motto is “Unity in Diversity” and expresses what makes Indonesia so special. With 17,500 islands, 6,044 of which are inhabited, the country is one of the tropical paradises of this world and accounts for one of the largest territory of rain forest. Its 230 million inhabitants make Indonesia the 4th largest nation on […]

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9 Android Apps for Freelancers

Filed by team twago on February 10, 2011
9 Android Apps for Freelancers

For many people, smartphones have become indispensible, but only with the right apps do these small marvels of technology become more than just toys. We have already introduced you to the best apps for Freelancers for the Richard Lionheart of all smartphones – the iPhone. Today we want to introduce you to the best apps […]

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“May the Power be with You” – How a great commercial should look like

Filed by team twago on February 4, 2011
“May the Power be with You” – How a great commercial should look like

What’s a real attention grabber when it comes to commercials on TV? Right: cute kittens, good-looking women or of course a kid. And a kid is what makes this Volkswagnen TV commercial just great. Caution: Powerful. [youtube R55e-uHQna0 500] Know other great commercials? Share them in the comments.

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Twitter – A view from the inside

Filed by team twago on February 3, 2011
Twitter – A view from the inside

With over 200 million users, Twitter is the largest microblogging service worldwide. But who tweets and why? The American agency 360i took it upon themselves to find the answer to these and other questions by investigating the behaviour of private users and businesses on Twitter. In short, the results are surprising.The main result shows that […]

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10 Freelancer Rumours

Filed by team twago on February 2, 2011
10 Freelancer Rumours

Not everyone knows a freelancer or has worked with one. That’s why myths, rumours, and half-truths about freelancers and their work life keep cropping up. We’ve outlined the most persistant ones and repudiate the incorrect (but widely held) beliefs about freelancing. 1. Freelancers are only self-employed because they can’t find a “real” job. This is […]

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