Amber Weinberg has prepared a detailed post and review showing examples how to keep an online budget with the Snowmint Creative Solutions Budget and Graphics Software. It’s tough enough to budget money correctly when you’re on a regular income, but it gets really tough when your income is irregular and unpredictable. What do you do with all that money you make, now that you’re a fabulous freelancer? Do you throw it in a bank account and pray there’s enough for that flat screen you’ve been wanting and this month’s rent? Are you saving or always coming up short with your [More]
In my line of business .. these are the two most important things that I have to worry about (besides actually doing the work, that is) … * Keeping track of my time for billing purposes * Keeping track of the work and tasks that I have to complete I’m pretty good with keeping track of my time … (see how I do it here) .. but I’ve been struggling with keeping track of the work coming in. You see .. last March 2006 my ToDo95 Software crashed .. I had been using that software since for almost a decade [More]
Heck It’s Friday. A little Background History … I’ve been a MSN Messenger snob for years, since switching from ICQ. I used to really like ICQ too! You see, I was one of the first thousand ICQ’ers out there and had a 6 digit ICQ number, with the first three numbers were 100xxx. But, my great low ICQ number got compromised back in 2001 and I was in a great imaginery conflict in getting my account back, until I was finally successful. The only thing was, I had moved servers and couldn’t reply with the original hbs@gatewest.net email I had [More]
I previously wrote back in August 2006 … Hey Other Adsense Users! Found a nifty little software utility today … (from catching up on my unread Blogline feeds and a heads up from Dominic Foster’s Accidental Entrepreneur blog). It’s called: AdSenseLOG – from Metalgrass Software. “a tool for checking and analyzing your Adsense ads data (Content, Search, Custom/URL channels and Referrals). This tool is aimed at site owners who use Adsense in their sites. Previously, when I first tried it .. I downloaded their version 3.0.4 .. and the pricing structure was as follows: AdSenseLog comes in three flavors: Free, [More]
Hey Other Adsense Users! Found a nifty little software utility today … (from catching up on my unread Blogline feeds and a heads up from Dominic Foster’s Accidental Entrepreneur blog). It’s called: AdSenseLOG – from Metalgrass Software. “a tool for checking and analyzing your Adsense ads data (Content, Search, Custom/URL channels and Referrals). This tool is aimed at site owners who use Adsense in their sites. It comes with a lot of features .. but, what caught my attention to this utility tool – is it’s price. I currently fall in the “FREE” Version and, if it’s any good I [More]
I have been using Eudora 5.1 (free version) for the longest time. The copyright is 1991-2002 years. Before that, I was using Eudora 3.1 (free version) for the longest time before that! This week, I upgraded to Eudora 7.1 (Free Version) … it’s slightly better than version 5.1 but, nothing new that makes me have to read any “README” files! I did have a paid “Spamnix” add-on to version 5.1 and now it’s been automatically converted to “JUNK” folder, instead of Spamnix Folder. I don’t mind! BEFORE: I used to transfer my spam and junk and stuff that my Spamnix [More]
For those of you who are familiar with my “Stuff For The Taking” category .. you probably will note that I prefer to use EXCEL for Microsoft Windows 95 Version 7.0 I have purchased the latest version and have most of the other components installed with the later 2002 version, including WORD. But, when I started to use it for my business .. I found the latest version was not print friendly when it came to printing negative numbers used for accounting purposes. So I downgraded. Although I use various computer programs to prepare information, I prefer to just draft [More]
I try not to recommend accounting software to clients, as most of my clients either have their own software already purchased (or obtained) .. or I will be entering the raw data myself. The reasons are: * If they have the software, there’s no real reason to spend more money on new software – especially if the bookkeeper is familiar with the software – generally, they all do the same thing * If I will be entering the raw data myself .. what difference is it to my clients what I use? Right .. there is no difference If there [More]
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