Monthly Archives: March 2014

Recovering from dental work

Last Thursday I had a dental implant procedure. Right now I am recovering, interested more in soft food than putting out proposals. But I continue to look at the freelance sites and I am thinking of adding video to this … Continue reading

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Custom proposal or generic query?

In the last  two weeks I’ve bid eight times on freelancer.com and elance.com. Six jobs are now closed, one is still open, and another has been awarded. I do not know why those six closed jobs have not been assigned. With … Continue reading

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The wage floor of the world

I always thought knowing English as a second language would be a valuable skill. Apparently not.  This screenshot is from freelancer.com, where the poster offers $5.00 for a an 800 world article. (Click on this link to enlarge.) That’s under a … Continue reading

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I’ve put up my second bid

I’ve put up my second bid at freelancer.com (external link). It would be nice to get the work but there are over 30 people bidding. I continue to think sites like freelancer are the future. With query letters to hardcopy magazines … Continue reading

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CHP Academy Article Archived Here

  Caption: The CHP Academy’s memorial fountain, in a central part of the Reed Avenue campus . The fountain is ringed with brass plaques honoring each of the California Highway Patrol officers killed in the line of duty since the … Continue reading

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