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Emma's Pricing Thread

Sep 24, 2003 12:34 PM

For posterity?<g>
 
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    Sep 24, 2003 5:01 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    Thanks Pat ,
    Long time no see.
    You doing well?
     
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    Sep 24, 2003 5:33 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    >There was an old bull and a young bull at the top of a hill.<br /><br /><snicker!><br /><br />Thanks Paz. Hope you're feeling well!<br /><br />dave
     
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    Sep 24, 2003 6:07 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    >I'm still here!

    And we are so glad you're still here, Pazzy. You can't get rid of us that easily!

    Got any more jokes? The joke thread is in need of a bump. I still chuckle about the monkey. I haven't eaten a grape since I read that one!

    Dan
     
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    Sep 24, 2003 6:10 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    Good one Paz...you da wo-man!
     
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    Sep 24, 2003 6:12 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    >My hair is coming back,lots of grey now.

    Like that sienfeld episode where they guy with the shaved head who had the best hair in high school decides to grow it back and finds out he's going bald!

    >I'm no longer losing weight. I'm back up to 125

    Excellent! God bless paz! You a one strong woman. Hang in there!

    dave
     
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    Sep 24, 2003 7:03 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    Good to hear from you Paz.

    I cannot relate to the trials you are overcoming, (since I am really a big baby and would complain over a stubbed toe) you are a better person than I am in this regards.

    Keep us informed. We care about your well being and I for one consider you an asset to the lounge.

    John
     
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    Oct 14, 2003 6:48 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    is this gonna go again? last time i'm saving it....
     
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    Oct 14, 2003 8:12 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    Anybody want to host Original Pricing Thread (71KB), optimized for size?
     
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    Oct 14, 2003 8:14 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    I can make a folder of sticky threads, the ones that are true resources. When I wake up, anyway...

    Name your candidates.
     
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    Oct 14, 2003 8:15 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    c WAKE UP!!!
     
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    Oct 14, 2003 8:21 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    Committees are being consulted, plans are being drawn, reviewed, rejected, redrawn and reconsidered.

    Should be ready in time for "Must-Have Additions for OS-XIV".
     
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    Oct 14, 2003 8:47 PM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    A long night of Krispie Kreme and Katnip...

    It'd be nice to turn some into PDFs, since they're read-only anyway.

    I have backup copies of Smilies Live (with all of those cool smileys documented), my blog and John Levine is terrific for the permanent archive, in case you've misplaced your copies.
     
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    Jun 14, 2006 6:29 AM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    The AIGA/AQUENT 2006 Survey/Calculator of Design Salaries (US-only):

    http://www2.designersalaries.com/aiga/Home.form
     
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    Jul 25, 2006 6:46 AM   in reply to (P._Boone)
    Some advice from CreativePro about "Setting Rates for Your Small Design Firm" which takes into consideration some of the everyday expenses many might forget:
    "When you're a freelancer, setting rates is relatively simple; you fill in a few cost numbers, find a comfortable profit margin (if you can), and divide the cost of business by the number of hours you want or need to work. As a result, most freelancers have a single rate card."

    "Setting rates is a bit more complicated when you're running a small design firm or managing a team with a wide variation in compensation and skill level."

    "When you're estimating rates for your firm, you also have to take into account a wide range of overhead costs, particularly if you're paying workers as bona fide employees rather than contractors. This includes (as you may be painfully aware) the additional cost of insurance, FICA, workers comp, vacation time, and sick time.
    http://www.creativepro.com/printerfriendly/story/24506.html
     
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