Pick your graphic software of choice and you’ll find a tutorial or dozen here. I looked up PaintShopPro which had tons of information to choose from, Gimp and MS FrontPage (which had fewer tutorials but one massive one which made up for the rest).
I’m leaving this link here, safe. I must get out of the house now. I must make an appearance in the open air before I become a mutant computer zombie. See you soon.
PS- Have a good day. 🙂
Enjoy all the privileges of being a recognized publisher, such as starving writers seeking you out to work for peanuts, advertisers clamoring for exposure in your publication, and free and discounted passes to industry conferences and events.
From the Ezine Queen
Do you want to be seen as someone who will work for peanuts? Do you want to work for people who would see you that way?
Be careful about writing for too cheap or free. You may be hurting yourself. You’re sure not hurting those publishers. They are only too glad to hire someone so cheap.
Discuss Theories – Science, Medecine, Religion, Advanced Technology: “Discuss Science, Medicine, Religion, Philosophy and More”
The site is interesting and fun to read. But, I wonder how long it will take them to notice their typo in the Title meta tag. (It’s reprinted in the title of my blog post).
Jonathan Beckett has a blog in development. It looks really good. Already has a lot of features. I’d like to find a blog that lets you store image files of emoticons, so you could just pick one and have it added to your post. Even automatically added if you type in the right text smiley like 😀 🙂 and so on.
My Yahoo has a note up about a new beta version. The first thing to catch my eye was Webshots as options in the beta portal. I’ve been using Webshots ages, even my Mother noticed the great photographs on my desktop.
That was just the frozen little tip of the iceberg however. I was really pleased to see that they have begun integrating all the RSS feeds into My Yahoo. I know Yahoo 360 Degrees has RSS feeds but they will be much more useful for me here. I really don’t want to get started in yet another online community or blog network. Having all the RSS feeds I can shake a stick at in one portal is going to be a lot of fun! Not to mention very practical too, of course. Fun… who said that?
I’ve been using Yahoo for at least eight years. The Yahoo Profiles and My Yahoo portal have always been useful but not very appealing looking. The colours to choose from in the profiles are pretty dull. The whole colour thing is one reason I’ve never gotten into Yahoo. Small and petty but reality.
I’m glad they are revamping the portal. Sadly, they seem to have taken away the option of changing the colours for your profile. I couldn’t find it. At least they updated the look of the profile. I’m disappointed not to have the same options for colours and wallpaper which My Yahoo portal pages have been given.