I customized the HTML:
<a href=”(insert your twitter link here)”><img src=”http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lmzu2a7bgh1qahwi2.png”></a>
<a href=”(insert your Facebook link here)”><img src=”http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lmzu25RDmS1qahwi2.png”></a>
<a href=”mailto:(insert email address here)”><img src=”http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lmzu1tUQW21qahwi2.png”></a>
The social media icons are free, and I downloaded them from Function App.
IDRTG stands for Indie Developers Re-Tweet Group. It was established in February 2011 by @innovatty to give indie developers more exposure on twitter for the purpose of promoting their apps. It is one of the most effective free marketing techniques on Twitter. It is now the largest retweet group for Indie developers and new members are joining every day. IDRTG is a community where developers retweet and support each other. A single tweet by a member with few followers can be retweeted multiple times to reach thousands.
Interesting. I remember during our Technopreunership class, in our business proposal, we just wrote that we are going to work in coffee shops instead of getting an office.
Throughout July Packt Publishing will be celebrating the release of its 50th Oracle book - cementing its reputation as one of the leading publishers in Oracle books.
To mark this milestone Packt is offering the following discounts:
· 20% off all Oracle print books
· 30% off all Oracle eBooks
Packt first started publishing Oracle books in 2006, and has since published best-sellers such as Getting Started With Oracle SOA Suite 11g R1 – A Hands-On Tutorial, Oracle Coherence 3.5 and Oracle Fusion Middleware Patterns. And with more than 20 exciting new Oracle titles scheduled for 2011 this current success is only set to increase.
Packt owes much of its success to its print-on-demand mantra which not only allows it to produce books on specialist areas, but enables a quick response to new developments in technology – which was recently demonstrated with Packt publishing the first ever book on GoldenGate, the Oracle GoldenGate 11g Implementer’s guide.
Packt’s entire range of Oracle books is also available via PacktLib, Packt’s Online Library, and as part of Packt’s celebrations it’s offering you the chance to win a year’s subscription to PacktLib worth $220 click here for details: http://www.packtpub.com/article/50th-oracle-book-offer
For further information on this, and other books published by Packt Publishing, please visit www.PacktPub.com
Packt Open Source has this week announced a series of discounts on its selection of best selling Open Source books. Readers will be offered exclusive discounts off the cover price of selected print books and eBooks for a limited period only.
So far in 2011, Packt Open Source announced in March that its donations to Open Source projects has surpassed the $300,000 mark, while in April insight into various projects was offered during the ‘Believe in Open Source’ campaign and July’s series of discounts continue this trend of Packt showing its commitment to the Open Source community.
The Packt Open Source books included in this exclusive discount offer include well known books such as JBoss AS 5 Performance Tuning, PHP jQuery Cookbook, Drupal 7 Module Development and Blender Lighting and Rendering, amongst others.
“This special discount showcases a host of Packt Open Source topics and allows readers to purchase some of our most well renowned books at an exclusive price” said Packt Open Source Marketing Executive Julian Copes. “
To ensure you do not miss this fantastic offer, visit the special discount page now, where you can view the extensive list of books included in the offer and access an array of related articles that were written by the authors.
The exclusive discounts are available from 4th July 2011. To find out more, please visit the Packt website.
I got the proof copy of my NaNoWriMo 2010 novel from CreateSpace :)
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