domingo, 30 de agosto de 2009



Below is the list of the most popular money making methods today.Hope this will help you in making money online.
1. Google User Research: Google pays you for participating in user research studies online. Payment is from 25-75$ per research you participate in.
2. Doearn: You will be given some points for signing up for their sponsors. 10 points=1$. Payments are made at weekends.
3. Microsoft Research Panel: Get paid for giving feedbacks for their products.
4. Amazon Mechanical Turk: Amazon pay for doing simple task that their computer cannot understand.
5. Mahalo Greenhouse: They will pay you 10-15$ per site you submit to their directory.
6. SlashMySearch: Get paid to surf the internet with their search engine.
7. Content Current: make money by starting new threads and posting in forums. You will be given .1$ per post and payments are made when your account reaches 5$.
8. Tutor: Get paid to tutor people online.
9. Crazoo: Get paid for posting in online forums.
10. Share A Pic: Pays money for sharing and uploading pictures on their website.
11. OPuzz: Earn money by doing voice over for their client online.
12. Agloco: Sign up, download their toolbar and get paid to surf the internet.
13. PayPerPost: Earn money by writing articles and review of their sponsors on your blog.
14. Blogsvertise: Pays to write about the product and services of a website in your blog.
15. Smorty: Earn 6-100$ per post you write on your blog. Depends upon you blog page rank and visitors.
16. Blogitive: Get paid for posting stories that interest you. payments are made weekly.
17. Awsurveys: Make money by doing some simple surveys.
18. Squidoo: Earn money by writing your new blog, or choose to donate your earnings to charity.
19. Review Me: Will pay you 20-100$ per post that you write.
20. Creative Weblogging: Write about 7 to 10 post per week for them and they will pay you 225$.
21. Yahoo Research Panel: Earn money for participating in yahoo user research studies online.
22. JustAnswer: Just help others by solving their problem and earn money for your gesture.
23. MetaCafe: Upload your videos and earn money based on the number of views you receive.
24. ChaCha: Get paid to offer support to members of their community.
25. AssociatedContent: Earn money by uploading your videos, text, audio and images to their site. Earnings are determined by the exposure you receive from your content.
26. MyLot: Pays you for posting, commenting and using their social network.
27. KnowBrainers: Another site that pays you to get involved with the community and answer questions. Optionally you can answer questions through the RSS feeds on your own blog.
28. eJury: Earn $5 to $10 dollars per verdict rendered as a mock juror for practice trials.
29. WorkingSOL: This company pays you to handle technical support for many large companies. You can work from home on the computer or by phone and decide what times you are available.
30. Appingo: Always looking for experienced copy editors and proof readers. Must submit a resume.
31. IntelliShop: Pays you to shop at stores in your area and write a review of your experience.
32. Focus Pointe Global: Get paid to join their focus groups and voice your opinion.
33. Arise: Make money providing phone, web and email support and sales for 40 plus companies in their network.
34. Amazon Associates:Link to Amazon’s products and services and earn up to 10% of the sale price. Converts well for product-focused sites.
35. ClickBank: Over 10,000 products to promote with commissions as high as 75%.
36. Commission Junction: Promote the advertiser’s products and services in exchange for a commission on leads or sales.
37. LinkShare: Pay-for-performance affiliate marketing network. Gives you the ability to use individual product links on your site and generate revenue from sales.
38. Affiliate Fuel: Serves as a middle man to bring publishers and advertisers together to promote products and services.
39. LinkConnector: Affiliate marketing network that offers a zero tolerance fraud policy to keep you safe while conducting business.
40. LeadPile: Affiliate network that allows you to generate and sell trade leads to the highest bidder.
41. Forex-Affiliate: Affiliate program that allows you to earn commissions from trading Forex (currency exchange) online.
42. CX digital media: CPA (cost-per-action) affiliate program that guarantees the fastest ROI in the industry.
43. AdPlosion: Earn revenue by selling leads, clicks and products from their advertisers. Also runs an incentive points program in addition to your commissions.
44. AffiliateFuture: Another affiliate program that pays you for generating leads, sales and clicks.
45. ClixGalore: Affiliate network consisting of 7500+ advertisers for you to choose from.
46. ThinkAction: Affiliate network that claims to have the top payouts and the possibility of earning over $100,000 dollars per month.
47. RocketProfit: Affiliate network, pays via check after your commissions reach $25 dollars.
48. CafePress: Earn affiliate commissions by selling your personally branded merchandise.
49. Avangate: Make money selling popular computer software titles through your site.
50. Dada: Social site with a revenue sharing program that pays you for referring friends and driving traffic.
51. Jyve: Pays you to provide answers, advice and peer support to people in need of some help.
52. Cruxy: Specializes in social video, but serves as a venue to sell your digital media.
53. BitWine: Get paid to give advice and answer questions for people, on subjects of your interests and choice.
54. Ether: Make money answering questions for your peers over the phone. You set your rates and call availability.
55. UpBlogger: Social network site that pays you based on the amount of visits you receive to your uploaded content.
56. Conduit: create your free custom toolbar and earn money when someone download your toolbar.
57. Surveyclub: Make money by doing some simple surveys.
58. Surveyscout: Make 5-7$ per completed surveys.
59. Opinionsquare: By completing a survey you get points which you can redeem for prizes.
60. Hit4pay: make 10 cents by just reading email.
61. Donkeymails: Earn money by just reading email.Minimum payout is at 1$.
62. Google Adsense: Most popular pay-per-click advertising provider. Make anywhere from $0.01 to $5.00 plus per click on site relevant ads.
63. Text-Link-Ads: Approve or deny the advertiser links that appear on your site. They pay you 50% of the sale price for each text link sold on your website.
64. BlogAds: The average blogger makes anywhere from $50 to $5000 dollars a month selling blog ads. To participate in this program you will need to get sponsored by someone in their network.
65. LinkWorth: Here you will find eleven different options to fit your advertising needs. Choose from text based advertisements, sponsored ads and paid blog reviews to name a few.
66. CrispAds: Access to over six thousand advertisers in their pay-per-click program. You choose the advertisers that suit you best.
67. Chitika: Offers six types of advertising to fit your needs.
68. AzoogleAds: Delivers targeted advertisers to their network of publishers to bring you the most profitable solutions.
69. Vibrant Media: Offers in-text contextual based advertisements.
70. MediaFed: Place advertisements in your blog’s RSS feed to generate additional revenue.
71. Qumana: Embeds ads directly into your posts. Ads are generated from keywords that you select. Not particularly popular with readers.
72. PeakClick: Austria based pay-per-click provider. Provides automatic insertion of site targeted ads.
73. DoubleClick: Offers a full suite of products for publishers that enable you to forecast, sell inventory, serve ads and analyze campaigns online and through other digital channels.
74. Tribal Fusion: They offer reliable payments, free ad-serving technology, a dedicated account manager and up-to-date, real-time reporting, with a 55% payout. Must go through an approval process.
75. AdBrite: Approve or reject any ads purchased for your sites. Also gives you the ability to sell ads direct with “Your Ad Here” links.Has features like full page ads.
76. ThankYouPages: Shows ads based on demographics and relevancy. Majority of traffic must originate from U.S.
77. Clicksor: Inline text link advertising, underlines words directly in your posts making them clickable advertisements. Once more, we’d say that inline ads are not popular with regular blog readers.
78. TargetPoint : Contextually and search targeted pay-per-click ads.
79. IndustryBrains: Place relevant contextual text listings and graphical ads on your site.
80. BloggingAds: Post one-time ads on your site. Pays via PayPal.
81. BulletAds: Performance based online advertising network.
82. AdsMarket: Match your traffic to handpicked advertisers with top-converting products and services.
83. ROIRocket: Targeted campaigns specific to your marketing needs.
84. AdKnowledge: Offers complete outsourcing of your advertising management. Runs ads in websites, email and search engine inventory.
85. Yes Advertising: Payouts for running ads from their sponsors. Also offers a referral program that pays 20% of the referred webmasters earnings.
86. RevenuePilot: Offers pay-for-performance and pay-per-click advertising for your sites.
87. SearchFeed: Integrates paid advertisements into your site’s search feature.
88. Bidvertiser: Display text ads on your site and advertisers bid for placement.
89. Pheedo: Monetize your RSS feeds with this program.
90. ValueClick media: Generate revenue by displaying ads through banners, pop-unders and rich media. Be warned that pop-unders are unpopular these days.
91. OneMonkey: Another text based advertising program.
92. Yahoo Publisher Network: Use the internet giant, Yahoo, to display targeted ads on your site.
93. Q Ads: Monetize your site by placing ads anywhere you can add a picture.
94. SponsoredReviews: Write reviews for their advertisers’ products and services on your own blog. They charge a 35% transaction fee for their services.
95. LoudLaunch: Blog about the advertisers campaign releases that meet your interests. They pay once a month.
96. BloggerWave: Select the advertiser opportunities that best suit your blog and write reviews on their products and services.
97. InBlogAds: Write about websites, products, services and companies on your blog and get paid for it.
98. WordFirm: Make money publishing books as a freelance writer from home.
99. 451 Press: Write for a blog within their network and receive forty percent of all generated revenue.
100. Digital Journal: Network of bloggers that get paid to report on newsworthy articles through their blogs.
101. BlogBurner: Sign up for a free blog and get paid for writing new posts. Your commissions are generated through Adsense clicks.
102. About: Become a paid guide writing articles for Compensation depends on the growth of your page views.
103. DayTipper: Earn $3 for every short tip you write and get published.
104. Helium: Earn a share of their advertising revenue by writing articles in their channels.
105. Dewitts Media: Get paid to write your own blog. This site requires you have a minimum page rank of 3 to sign up.
106. BOTW Media: Make money writing a blog for their blogging network.
107. CreamAid: Get paid to submit blog posts in their directory.
108. BlogFeast: Generate revenue from pre-installed Google Adsense ads when you blog in their network.
109. Mashable: Mashable hires freelancers and new staff, offering one of the largest platforms for tech bloggers.
110. Paid game player: Play game and earn money
111. Developerhut: Make money by posting blog comments.
112. Mginger: Make money for receiving sms to your mobile .
113. YouMint: make money receiving sms and email from youmint.
114. Knol: Write article publish them online and show adsense ads in your articles.
115. Acme People Search: Create your own people search engine and get $125.00 as commission Within 24 Hours of Starting Your FREE Advertising!
116. ProjectPayday: Sign up for a trial offer and get paid cash for trying it up.
117. Ebay: Make money by selling items online.
118:HubPages: Make money by creating single page(hub) and showing adsense ads in them.

quinta-feira, 27 de agosto de 2009

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quarta-feira, 19 de agosto de 2009

Pitidos de error en el arranque

No hay pitidos No hay suministro electrico o el parlante de sistema esta desconectado o defectuoso
1 pitido corto: Arranque normal.
Pitido constante ininterrumpido: Falla en el suministro electrico
Pitidos cortos y constantes: Tarjeta madre defectuosa.
1 pitido largo: Error de memoria RAM.
RAM Refresh Failure. Los diferentes componentes encargados del refresco de la memoria RAM fallan o no están presentes.
1 pitido largo, 1 corto: Fallo general en la placa madre o ROM básica del sistema
1 pitido largo,2 cortos: No se encuentra la tarjeta de video, puede estar mal instalada o bien defectuosa.
1 pitido largo, 3 cortos: No se encuentra monitor conectado a la tarjeta gráfica.
1 pitido largo, varios cortos: Falla relacionada con el video (depende del tipo de tarjeta de video y del la configuración de la bios)
2 pitidos largos y uno corto: Falla en la sincronización de imágenes
2 pitidos cortos: Error de paridad de memoria. La paridad no es soportada por la placa base.
3 pitidos cortos: Fallo de memoria en los primeros 64 Kbytes de la RAM.
4 pitidos cortos: El temporizador o contador de la placa base se encuentra defectuoso. El Timer 1 de la placa no funciona.
5 pitidos cortos: La CPU ha generado un error porque el procesador o la memoria de vídeo está bloqueada.
6 pitidos cortos: El controlador o procesador del teclado (8042) puede estar en mal estado. La bios no puede conmutar en modo protegido. Este error se suele dar cuando se conecta/desconecta el teclado con el ordenador encendido.
7 pitidos cortos: La CPU ha generado una interrupción excepcional o el modo virtual del procesador está activo.
8 pitidos cortos: El adaptador de vídeo ( tarjeta gráfica) del sistema no existe o su memoria de vídeo (RAM) está fallando. No es un error fatal. Es un fallo de escritura de la Video RAM.
9 pitidos cortos: Error de conteo de la Video RAM. El valor del checksum (conteo de la memoria) de la RAM no coincide con el valor guardado en la bios.
10 pitidos cortos: El registro de la CMOS RAM falla a la hora de la desconexión.
11 pitidos cortos: La memoria caché externa está fallando. En la bios hay una opción llamada video memory cacheable, que lo que hace es volcar el contenido de la ram de la tarjeta en el disco duro. Ponla en enable, haber si soluciona tu problema.
2 pitidos cortos: Se ha detectado un error al realizar uno de los tests de hardware.
Pitidos cortisimos, tenues y constantes: Posiblemente el teclado provoca este error o bien una tecla presionada durante el arranque.

sexta-feira, 7 de agosto de 2009

15 Great And Free Photoshop Alternatives

15 Great And Free Photoshop Alternatives

Adobe Photoshop is definitely the most powerful image editing software. It had a lot of great features and can be used by professional such as web designers and graphics designers.
Its filters, plugins, actions, brushes and easy-to-use are the main reasons why most designers prefer Photoshop than other tools.
However, Photoshop is very expansive and not all designers afford to buy the original license of it.
So, some designers try to look for free alternatives to Photoshop.
If you are one of them, you consider yourself lucky as we are going to look into 15 Great And Free Photoshop Alternatives today.


GIMP is probably the most popular Photoshop Alternative. It works across different platform – supports Windows, Mac and Linux. It probably doesn’t have every single features in Photoshop, but it is more than enough for a designer’s daily use.



For Windows users, you may try Paint.NET. It is so powerful and has a very active community. If you look into the forum, you will found a lot of useful plugins and tutorials shared by Paint.NET users.



Seashore is an open source image editor for Mac OS X’s Cocoa framework. It is based around the GIMP’s technology and uses the same native file format. However, Seashore only aims for basic image editing purposes, and never meant to replace professionals image editing tools.



Artweaver is a simple graphic tool that offers all artistic effects which you need for your work. It has all the necessary features of a image editing tool, supports various common file formats and languages. I had covered Artweaver before in the portable apps article.


5.PhotoPlus SE

PhotoPlus is an award winning digital photo editing software. PhotoPlus itself is not free, but you can download PhotoPlus SE, which is a freeware. With PhotoPlus SE, you can perform features such as warps and transformations, filters, adjustments and perfectly optimized images.

PhotoPlus SE


Photoscape is the fun and easy photo editing software that enables you to fix and enhance photos. Some of the key features are batch editor, animated gif, splitter, color picker and raw converter. Besides using it as image editing tool, Photoscape can be used as a powerful image viewer too.



Inkscape is an Open Source vector graphics editor, with capabilities similar to Illustrator, CorelDraw, or Xara X. Is uses the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format. It had been covered in the portable apps article too.



Krita is open source bitmap editing and drawing application for KOffice. It includes a lot of filters for either serious use or just to play around with.



Pixen is an innovative graphics editor for Apple Mac. It is a simple yet powerful application and comes with tons of features. Some of the examples are layers, able to create animations, powerful palette, beautiful interface, support different file types and so on.



PhotoFiltre is relatively small compare to other image editing application like Adobe Photoshop or GIMP. However, it manage to launch faster and has all the basic features of an image editing application. It can also be used to as an image viewer and batch image converter.



PaintStar is a versatile digital image processing application which suitable for tasks such as etouching of photographs, composing and authoring images and image morphing. Some of the tools included in this application are transformation tools, gradient fill tools and selection tool.



Pixia was originally designed for anime/manga community but has also been used in other branches of art. It is available in various languages. There are a lot of English tutorials available for you to get start with it.


13.Active Pixels

This photo editor resembles Photoshop in many aspects, from the way menus and windows are laid out on its interface to the keyboard shortcuts used for many actions. Active Pixels also includes some extra embedded apps, such as a red-eye fixer, a picture browser and a screen capture tool.

Active Pixels


ChoceFlop is an image editing application designed exclusively for Apple Mac users. It only weight a few megabytes and launches in 2 seconds on a cheap Mac.


15.Photo Pos Lite

Photo Pos Lite is a free lite version of the award-wining photo editor Photo Pos Pro. With Photo Pos Lite, you can edit, enhance and manipulate your pictures easily.

Photo Pos Lite

Ultimate Ecommerce Starter Kits for Wordpress Users

Buying and selling items online have become more and more important nowadays. Probably you want to create an ecommerce websites to sell your items worldwide.

There are a lot of popular ecommerce solutions, either commercial or open source. Magento is one of the most popular open source platform for ecommerce websites. We had covered various well-designed

Magento themes

before. But, if you are familiar with Wordpress, you may wish to use it as your ecommerce websites too.

Today, we are going to look into various themes, plugins and tutorials to build your own Wordpress Ecommerce website. Let’s look into this Wordpress Ecommerce solution starter kits.

Ecommerce Themes/Templates

Crafty Cart

Carfty Cart is a famous free Wordpress Ecommerce theme. It is being built by Billion Studio especially for King Cart’s readers. But everyone can download it for free. It requires WP e-Commerce plugin to function properly.

Wordpress Crafty Cart Theme

Shopping Cart Themes From ShopperPress

ShopperPress is a complete Wordpress Ecommerce solution. Users can download 6 different color themes for free (some of them required you to tweet them for the download link).

Shopping Cart Themes By ShopperPress

Market Theme

Market is the revolutionary theme that transforms any standard Wordpress install into a fully functional Ecommerce store complete with backend product administration.


Ecommerce Themes

Ecommerce Themes allows prospective merchants an easy-to-use, low-cost way to get an online Ecommece store up and running using the free content management software WordPress. It is search engine optimized and easily customizable.



wpShop is an Ecommerce Wordpress theme which contains 2 localized child themes (English and German). It is being sold in ThemeForest and is only cost $35, which i think is the cheapest premium Wordpress Ecommerce theme. It has a backend admin page to manage your orders.


Ecommerce Plugins

WP e-Commerce

It is the most powerful free Wordpress Ecommerce plugin. It integrates with a lot of payment options and designers may easily tweak the look and feel of the website by utilizing Wordpress PHP template tags, shortcodes, and widgets. Besides these, WP e-Commerce has a complete documentation and beginners are easy to get started with it.


eShop is an accessible shopping cart plugin for WordPress, packed with various features. It can handles downloadable products and supports various payment options such as Paypal, Payson, eProcessingNetwork, Webtopay and Cash/Cheque.

YAK for WordPress

It is an open source Wordpress plugin for Ecommerce. It supports posts and pages as products and uses categories to handle different type of products. YAK supports different payment options too. Basic documentation is free while the advance useages documentation costs $20.


Shopp is a premium Wordpress plugin for Ecommerce solution. You will have complete control over the shopping experience, which mean you can customize the design with stylesheets and Wordpress PHP tags. The documentation is pretty complete, and you can get more supports from the community via the support forums.

Wordpress Simple Paypal Shopping Cart Plugin

This simple plugin lets users add an “Add to cart” button anywhere on the blog. Customers can view their items from the shopping cart page.
Tutorials And Resources


Create an eCommerce Website with WordPress in under 5 minutes

– A video tutorial from that teach you about how to create an Ecommerce website with Wordpress and the WP e-Commerce plugin.


Getting set up with the WP e-Commerce plugin: settings and configuration

– Another video tutorial which walks you through the process of getting set up with the WP e-Commerce plugin.


How to Build an Online Store With WordPress

– A simple tutorial on how to use Ecommerce Themes from iThemes to built your own online store.


How To Open An Online Store With WordPress In Less Than 30 Minutes

– Shows you how to built and create an online store with Wordpress in less than 30 minutes. It is very suitable for beginners.


WP e-Commerce SEO Tutorial

– This SEO tutorial is designed to show you how to optimize WP e-Commerce for maximum traffic from the search engines.


WP e-Commerce Review For Wordpress

– This article reviews the pros and cons of WP e-Commerce. A must read article for WP e-Commerce users!

quinta-feira, 6 de agosto de 2009

Criando um Wallpaper Abstrato « Tutoriais De Photoshop

Criando um Wallpaper Abstrato « Tutoriais De Photoshop
Criando um Wallpaper Abstrato
Tutorial – Criando um Wallpaper Abstrato
Para dar inicio ao tutorial, crie um novo documento em branco;
1024 x 760 pixels ou menor se preferir.
Feito isso vá em
Camada>Estilo de Camada>Sobreposição de degradê;
Ajuste assim:

Adicione Uma nova camada pressionando
Ctrl + Shift + N;
Usando a ferramenta
Lata de Tinta (G)
, defina a cor preta de primeiro plano e pinte a camada
Em seguida vá em
Filtro>Desfoque>Desfoque de Movimento:

Agora, vás em
Camada>Estilo de Camada>Sobreposição de degradê:
Aqui pode usar as cores que quizer, eu usei estas:
para entrar no modo de
máscara rapida;
Diminua a
da camada para
para melhor visualizar;
Selecione a ferramenta
Pincel (B)
, escolha um pincel suave e pinte a área como na imagem abaixo:
Depois tecle
novamente para sair da máscara, e visualizar a seleção;
Pressione então
Ctrl + Shift + I
para inverte-la;
Vá em
Camada>Adicionar Máscara de Camada>Revelar Seleção;
Retorne a
da camada para
Clique sobre a miniatura da camada;
Selecione a ferramenta
Borracha (E)
e ajuste sua
50 %
na barra de opções!
passe a borracha levemente nas bordas para ficar mais suave!
Duplique a camada e coloque a cópia em modo
Luz Direta
Vá em
Filtro>Desfoque>Desfoque Gaussiano
. e ajuste assim:
Ao final ficou assim:
Com a mesma técnica fiz o Wallpaper do Blog