Archive for April, 2011

Sit back and enjoy: Impressive Video Projection

Filed by team twago on April 29, 2011
Sit back and enjoy: Impressive Video Projection

We wanted to share this impressive video with you. The projection on the front of a church takes you on a journey throughout time – 600 years in 7 minutes. Sit back and enjoy. Don’t forget to switch to full screen. Click on “Read more” to see the video: [vimeo 15749093]  

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Great Speech about the importance of airtight contracts for freelancers

Filed by team twago on April 28, 2011
Great Speech about the importance of airtight contracts for freelancers

We wanted to share this very, very helpful video of a speech from Mike Monteiro, co-founder of Mule Design Studio with you. He talks about the importance of airtight contracts between buyers and freelancers, why it’s important to be able to renegotiate and what are essential parts of a freelancer contract. He talked at CreativeMornings […]

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SPIEGEL ONLINE: Europe’s Silicon Allee: Berlin on the Road to Becoming a Start-Up Mecca

Filed by team twago on April 22, 2011
SPIEGEL ONLINE: Europe’s Silicon Allee: Berlin on the Road to Becoming a Start-Up Mecca

Spiegel Online international writes about Berlin as the perfect place for startups. “The list of new tech start-ups in the German capital is long — and sounds more like a name-dropping of exotic African valleys than a potential anchor of Berlin’s future economy: Ondango, Wooga, Twago, Neonga, Veodu. The list goes on. Not all, of course, […]

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The 9 best Chrome Extensions for Freelancers

Filed by team twago on April 18, 2011
The 9 best Chrome Extensions for Freelancers

Choosing a browser is almost a question of faith. For some it is Internet Explorer, for others Firefox or Chrome are the only true browsers. There are numerous add-ons, plug-ins, and extensions for every one of them. Below, we have listed some Chrome extensions that we consider useful for coding freelancers. 1. Awesome Screenshot: Capture […]

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Vietnam – with twago around the world

Filed by team twago on April 12, 2011
Vietnam – with twago around the world

In Europe, Vietnam is not primarily known for its strong economy and well-trained workers. The Vietnam War still dominates the image of this South-east Asian country. But the war has been over for 30 years and Vietnam is now one of the most prospering countries in the world. The capital Hanoi in the north and […]

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twago and the Innovation Award

Filed by team twago on April 11, 2011
twago and the Innovation Award

We’re in – we made it to the Award of Innovation in the German Economy. We are in the next round! twago is officially regarded as innovative and cutting-edge. We already knew that of course, but now it’s official. That sounds great – and indeed it is great. From more than 320 submissions, the twago […]

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Round-up of the week: Facebook deals, Youtube overhaul, Google +1

Filed by team twago on April 8, 2011
Round-up of the week: Facebook deals, Youtube overhaul, Google +1

We at twago are committed to bringing you insightful stories on the subjects that are important to you. Here is a round-up of the most interesting stories from this week. Facebook deals Facebook is revamping their foray into the daily deals market. In late last year Facebook launched their Facebook Deals service which like Groupon […]

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Working effectively – keeping a Not-To-Do list instead of a To-Do List

Filed by team twago on April 4, 2011
Working effectively – keeping a Not-To-Do list instead of a To-Do List

When we look at some freelancers’ To-Do lists it seems that every day needs 48 hours. Usually, the lists are long and the tasks range from taking out the trash to customer appointments. Apart from the fact that even a To-Do list should be prioritised, it is useful to establish a “Not-To-Do” list. It doesn’t […]

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