>he uses Google botnet file formats
Not really sure where to post this but basically I've been asked by a friend of a friend to design a website for their business because I've done a little bit of web designing for fun. However, I'm not sure what i should charge them. I'm really not a pro but I can make a nice looking web site in less than a weeks time. Does anyone have any experience with this? How much should I charge and for what?
>friend of a friend
if you don't have a contract you're not gonna get paid
and if you bring up a contract they're probably gonna flake because they wanted to scam you
but if they don't, know that the hourly rate for a good web designer is like 50-70 bucks, or you can ask for very specific requirements of what they want on the site and charge a single big fee on that
Honestly, if it's something you do in your spare time, as in you have a main stable job, just charge $500 for the whole thing and call it done. Be sure to get specifications and whatever from them first and get the payment in writing
planning on doing a full amd build pic related with monitor
any thing i should change? not moving away from vega and I need 8 cores. is the ram meme tier or a legitimate product. already bought case and 5 fans current build is i3 4160 with a 7870 12gb ram at 2200
Has anyone done any light video editing on their Thinkpad?
If so what model/specs are you using and what software seems to run decent with these things?
Is Nextcloud legit or is it the new botnet?
Alright, everyone! Show me your best results in HTML. Put a custom name so I can announce the winner.
Anyone have good books and resources for getting into computer graphics? I'm looking for fundamentals here.
I need to setup a server for an old game and the needs to be running. So, do you guys know about any server hosting provider that includes Crappy GPU's (even intel integrated cards work) for cheap?
hullo, just visiting from /tg/,
If spells had a file format for some techno-magic file sharing shenanigans, what would be good fictional file extentions that haven't been taken for something else?
.spl? .mgx? .elf?
Baring in mind that there's generally three types of magic, presumably different types of files would have different extensions, so .arc, .div, .nat?
Also is there anyway to transfer them via p2p networks without the computer reading the spell files and thereby casting them before a person wants to use them?