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Harald Vogl
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Do I really have time to spend for all that digital stuff?
Do I really have time to spend for all that digital stuff?

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Forget the new iPhone. This ist better.

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My favorite today :-)
I haven't laughed this hard at a video since yesterday! 

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#diagram #nerdlife #truth

Isn't that true?

Source: http://bit.ly/LZ30ag
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It's so funny ...

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iPad hits paper, yeah ...

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An amazing performance of Foster the People's Pumped Up Kicks. Watch it in HD.

Here's the track on Rdio: http://rd.io/x/QFiRK-VfnQ

/via +David Byttow #robotrock

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That's the only way to succeed with small projects!
A word on Small Project Pricing. Negotiate scope, not price.

“I’m a startup with limited funding and am not looking for anything fancy – I just need this one simple thing…”

This line really only serves one purpose, it communicates that they are budget-minded, which means if the costs exceed what they were hoping for, it’s time to negotiate scope. It’s your job to inform them of the costs for the project, and if you’re so inclined, potential options within their budget.

Your hourly rate and time spent do not get discounted as a result – wanting more than you can afford is not a problem that falls onto the vendor. Outside the world of service based companies, it would be laughable if a BMW salesman was faced with a person would really “needed” a BMW, but could only afford a Mitsubishi. These debates should not happen and are a waste of time, if you have a simpler alternative, offer it, otherwise give yourself the luxury of declining the project.

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