The people you choose to work with are the most accurate predictor of job satisfaction I've ever found. And job satisfaction, based on my work experience to date, correlates perfectly with success. I have never seen a happy, healthy, gelled, socially functional software development team fail. It's a shame such teams are so rare.

This is about how I spend 24 concentrated hours spread out over 4 days during Holidays to build the online service Wigitize.com. It is part of my ongoing learning process on how to run a successful web startup.

I think Creative Commons has its heart in the right place, because it promotes a climate of sharing. But no system is 100 percent foolproof. Unless you can negotiate every possible scenario for how and where your image will be used, the only sure way to keep protected may just be to not post anything live anymore.

So how do you get web design jobs? Or any other type of job? Here are some things that have worked for me.

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www.moo.com/, posted 2007 by peter in business printing

Print greeting cards etc.

Jamendo is the world's #1 platform for free and legal music downloads. Available in seven languages, it offers the largest Creative Commons-licensed music catalog there is. For artists, it's an easy and efficient way to publish, share and promote their music, but also to make money through ad revenue sharing and commercial partnerships.

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