Today’s selected Fiverr gig is by Lisbethelliot. She is basically offering you guys 35 high quality royalty free stock images for only $5. This sounds great to me. Where in the world are you gonna get that?
Let’s go through what’s mentioned in the description – just so you know what you will get with your 5 dollar.
Do you need high quality images for commercial or personal use? I am here to bring anything you desire for the occasion. It gets costly buying stock photos in bulk, which makes this service bullseye for anyone interested in saving money without compromising value.
What you get:
- Up to 35 high quality images free of use
- Any possible category of your choice
- Great customer service
The one that grabs my attention is really “any possible category of you choice”. Seriously if this is for me, it could cater more than my 10 projects which require stunning and awesome photos.
So, why not give it a try? You may Lisbethelliot for more information!
Do you know that a business logo is important in business organization?
Yes, that will be your brand and branding impacts how well your business is since it determines how professional, well-known you are and how you could influence your clients.
Let’s cut the crap. I am here to promote an awesome logo designer in Fiverr who designs elegant 2D business logo from as cheap as $5: Sujondream
So what will you get with $5? Well, with the basic gig obviously you can get 1 Ultra High Quality logo AND vector files AND unlimited revisions AND priority support AND logo transparency! That’s awesome!
There are also another package which of course will give you more advantages and features including source files and many more. So, check out his gig for more information.
Do you have your own rap project/song and you need to get all your tracks mixed together to sound good, punchy with really in-your-face kind of vocals?
Well, at least with the increasing number of sound engineers in the music industry/market now, you have the cheapest one in fiverr (a gig by Purnell263).
You probably understand that there are a lot of processes, steps, tuning, tweaking need to be done before a music/song is ready to get published – compression, sidechain, EQ, level, pitch-correct, reverb, etc and lastly mastering. Let’s see what you will get there with very small amount of budget.
- $5 gets you a quick mix – level adjustments, EQ, and compression (maximum 10 number of tracks per song)
- another $5 gets your song fully mastered
- another $5 will get you to your project file
- an additional $5 if you need an extra reversion of the mix
- an another $10, you can get advanced mixing techniques by applying effects like reverbs/delays/choruses & by using premium plug-in package along with analog gear like compressors, tubes preamps and and many more.
That’s basically it. Awesome right? I tell you that it’s hard to get a sound engineer in the market now for a cup of coffee.
Just in case you are interested in this, please ensure that you have the raw uncompressed audio files in WAV/MP3/ or AIFF. For best quality, please provide no clipping audio files.
Check out the gig here!
Today’s selected gig in Fiverr (Design_expert77) will give you perfect, nice, stunning and brandable logo design from as low as $5. And it is within 24 hours! Wow. That is the basic gig. Meanwhile, silver and gold package will cost you only $30 and $80 which gives you additional features such as vector & source file, 3D image, stationary design and much more!
Anyway, lets talk about the basic gig. You will basically get this:
- modern and classic design
- 2 concepts draft
- unlimited revision
- 1 logo in PNG or JPG format
Sounds cool right? Here are some notes just in case you wish to order from Design_expert77:
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If you need a professional-looking Youtube banner, you might want to try this gig on Fiverr. You will get a design of a personalized, custom banner with a matching profile picture for just $5!
Unlike many Fiverr sellers, he does not rush out his designs or use templates, everything is designed from the ground up to match your requirements.
He will make 2 revisions as well as deliver the JPG and PSD files.
Check out his gig below!
Basic gig (A):
An outline on black (or the color you like) from one person portrait or one object or one creature. White background
Second level gig (B):
Outline on black or the color you like, from one person portrait or one object or one creature. Basic color scheme and basic shadowing and simple background.
Full Photorealistic gig (C):
The outline here is just a guide unless you wish otherwhise. Full colored and detailed illustration with a previous color and light study on photorealistic quality
-Please contact me before order. Any gig without previous conversation will be considered as basic outline portrait.
-I can also make full body draws, and multiple people, I´ll give you a personal price. Just contact me before order please
Let´s work together on your ideas! You can contact me via Fiverr: https://www.fiverr.com/s2/b11eb4a3ec
Are you looking for a web designer to create a website that creates a strong impact on your target customers?
Are you In search of a designer that can give you the best combination of professional look and creativity in the website?
If yes, Then you are at the best place.
Throughout my career, I have focused on client’s satisfaction and it has been my top most priority which is why my clients always trust me and love my work.
If you need to see my work samples, please feel free to contact me. I’ll be more than happy to assist you.
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There was a time during my project migrating our Oracle database servers to Oracle Virtual Machine (OVM) Guest (VM) that I had an issue regarding how the CPU works. Consider this scenario, you already provisioned 4 VCPUs to your guest running on Windows Server 2008 and then suddenly there is a need to increase the CPU since your Oracle database (oracle.exe) is starving for more processing power. What you did is simply increase the Guest’s VCPU on the fly through your OVM Manager console. The CPU somehow is reflected to your Windows OS (CPU in your task manager changed from 4 to 8 cores) but your oracle.exe process remained utilizing maximum 4 cores and not growing into the new 4 cores.
I had searched through MOS and Google but cannot find much information related to the scenario except for some documentations regarding Guest sort-of bug but it however was affecting earlier version of OVM.
Based on our testing in the environment, we found out that there’s no way to let our Oracle database process to switch to 8 VCPUs dynamically except after OS reboot. To test this, we had to ensure that our oracle.exe will initially consume maximum 4 CPUs and we tried to increase the VCPU afterwards.
It was too bad that the database size was not that big hence I could not figure out how to simulate very high load in an easy way. So what I did was to use the following SQL so that the CPU retained at maximum all the time. I hope it will help anyone of you who is looking for the same answer.
*Note: you may not want to run this in your production environment.
select /*+ PARALLEL(100) */ distinct a.obj#, a.obj#
from SOURCE$ a, WRH$_SYSMETRIC_HISTORY b
Putrajaya considers the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (Isis) to be a terrorist organisation and does not condone any of its activities, said Wisma Putra, adding that police have been weeding out members of the group as well as sympathisers.
“It has been revealed that some Malaysians have been influenced to support Isis, joining this group of extremists to wage jihad,” Wisma Putra said in a statement released yesterday.
“Since the beginning of the year, authorities have conducted operations to arrest Malaysians or foreigners living here who have been involved in alleged terrorism activities.”
Wisma Putra said that Isis had caused injuries and loss of lives to innocent civilians in Iraq, and as such, Putrajaya strongly condemned the group’s actions.
“Malaysia has called for the formation of a Global Movement of Moderates and continues to advocate moderation and tolerance.”
Between January and June this year, Malaysian police arrested 19 people including two women for involvement in militant activities.
Police also revealed that at least 50 Malaysians are currently believed to be in Syria, fighting alongside Isis forces.
Wisma Putra acknowledged police concerns about the possible threats posed by Malaysian jihadists, saying Putrajaya was monitoring such activities.
“Putrajaya has always been on the alert concerning activities and threats which could be detrimental to internal security and public order.”
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak had previously said Umno members should emulate Isis as their spirit of defying vastly superior odds was admirable.
Isis fighters had initially been outnumbered by Iraqi forces during their conflict but still managed to emerge triumphant.
Wisma Putra’s statement yesterday was in response to an article published by news portal Malaysiakini entitled “Minister, who really is Isis?” on August 19.
Wisma Putra also denied that Malaysia had paid any form of monetary compensation to Ukrainian separatists in return for the flight recorders of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.
“No monetary exchange had transpired for the release of MH17 flight recorders. It is important the public be made aware of this clarification.”
While Malaysia does not believe in negotiating with terrorists or condoning such activities, the case of flight MH17 was a unique event.
“Malaysia had no other option but to engage in negotiations with all parties in the Ukraine,” Wisma Putra said, adding that extraordinary situations called for extraordinary measures.
“The engagement was done with the sole purpose of recovering the remains of passengers aboard flight MH17 and to recover the flight recorders,” Wisma Putra added. – August 25, 2014.
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 24 — Chinese physics student Jimmy Wang had no interest in aviation until March 8, when Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 went missing with his 58-year-old father Wang Lijun aboard.
But Wang, 31, now spends evenings in central China combing through aviation blogs for Boeing 777 technical specs, exchanging what he finds with fellow MH370 next-of-kin.
He is one of hundreds of relatives who — desperate to learn the fate of their loved ones — are channeling their grief in a cross-border, social-media-enabled, but so far frustrating citizen campaign to solve aviation’s greatest mystery.
“Malaysia Airlines and others are not doing their jobs so we have to organise,” Wang, who abandoned graduate studies in Sweden to be with his grieving mother, said via Skype from his home in the city of Anyang.
“I cannot live the rest of my life in questions.”
Through Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo — 153 Chinese were aboard MH370 — a closed Facebook group, and Skype “meetings” of up to dozens of people, participants exchange findings, discuss the latest theories, and proposals for group action.
The group, calling itself Voice370 with some 300 members, receives and debates advice from aviation, legal and other experts, while similar groups formed after previous disasters such as the 2009 Air France crash offer support.
While some face-to-face meetings have been held, most exchanges are conducted via webcam or extensive email strings, with members voting on strategies for pushing Malaysia Airlines and governments involved in a still-fruitless search for more information.
In doing so, they juggle time zones and language barriers — “meetings” are held mainly in English, with bilingual Chinese translating for their countrymen.
Quite a community
“It’s really quite a community,” said Sarah Bajc, an American whose partner Philip Wood was on the flight.
“I feel compelled to do everything in my power to find Philip. We owe it to them.”
Flight MH370 disappeared with 239 people en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.
No trace has been found despite an extensive, Australian-led search in the southern Indian Ocean.
Some next of kin have sharply accused the airline and Malaysian authorities of a bungled response — its military tracked MH370 on radar after it mysteriously diverted, but did nothing — and withholding data from the public.
Yet despite their efforts, families have seen only modest success.
In an open letter to authorities in Malaysia, Australia and China in May, a skeptical Voice370 demanded to see satellite and other data that Malaysia says indicates MH370 went down in the Indian Ocean.
The information was eventually released but shed little light on what happened.
In June, several families, including Bajc, launched a drive to raise US$5 million (RM15.8 million) for any whistle-blower with information on the jet’s fate. Only US$100,500 has been raised.
“You get tired, and part of you wants to put it behind and say ‘That’s where it all ends’, and part of you says, ‘You can’t rest until you figure things out,’” said K.S. Narendran, 50, a soft-spoken Indian business consultant, whose wife, Chandrika Sharma, was on MH370.
Families denied AFP’s request to sit in on meetings.
No stone unturned
The airline and Malaysian government deny charges of a cover-up and insist they will leave no stone unturned.
“We would like to assure the next of kin of MH370 that our commitment to the search for this flight has remained consistent and has strengthened,” Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai said in an August 9 statement.
The government is yet to announce any findings of its investigations into MH370.
Its attention is now diverted by the July 17 downing of another Malaysia Airlines passenger jet, MH17, over war-torn eastern Ukraine, a tragedy that also ripped open emotional wounds for many MH370 next-of-kin.
Bajc said MH17 underlines the importance of Voice370, particularly the need to highlight “critical flaws” in global aviation and police “incompetent” airlines and authorities that endanger passengers.
But she and others admit resignation is setting in.
Bajc no longer joins the video meetings, as she and others look increasingly for other ways to pressure authorities, such as mulling possible lawsuits against the airline or Boeing to reveal more.
No significant lawsuits have been filed yet. Some families, however, say they are sifting through the complexities of where and how best to file a case in such an unprecedented disaster.
“It’s my father. I’m his only son. No matter what happened, we need to bring them back,” Wang said.
“I think if I don’t do this I will feel guilty.” — AFP