Another couple of months gone, another stack of accomplishments by theevolt.org community. As a reminder, this is open to anyone in thecommunity, so if you missed a chance to href="http://evolt.org/contact/index.html">toot your horn, add acomment, and watch for the announcement for next month's news.
A new supporter has stepped forward to help support evolt.org.
To assist us in defraying our operating costs, NetWorth Enterprises,Inc. is offering an affiliate hosting program to evolt.org members.
For every member who chooses to host one or more web sites withNetWorth's hosting service, evolt.org will receive 10% of the monthlyhosting fee.
If you're looking for a hosting company, please consider NetWorth'shosting service. NetWorth will be changing the name and enhancingservices, but in themeantime, the temporary domain (ez-profits.com) willhelp evolt.org right now.
If you want to know more about the connection between NetWorth andevolt.org, please read this explanation.
All over the web, people are looking to see what evolters have tosay, and sometimes they point their users back to the source. Here aresome of the pointers, all noticed this month:
Thanks to the many people who have taken the time to cite evolt.orgin their own work
We're now again able to accept monetary gifts through:
Our address for monetary gifts or giving inquiries is href="mailto:give%40evolt.org">firstname.lastname@example.org. We willsoon have a snail mail address (for checks, money orders, etc.).
We're looking for other on-line, commercial (in other words,not personal bank account), low-cost moneytransferring capabilities so that non-US residents may more easilyhelp support evolt.org. Please writeus if you know of any good commercial services in yourcountry.
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Contributed a large amount of material to the new book Professional Web Graphics for Non Designers.
My evolt article ("A revised method of defining link pseudo-classes") was cited in the TopStyle Blog.
I also participated in the Accessibility Internet Rally on September 21st, as one of a team of developers building (from scratch in 9 hours) an accessible web site for a local nonprofit group. Our team won third place!
I recently attended the Region 3 AITP Conference in San Antonio. This is a conference where student chapters (like mine) -- go and compete against other universities. Last year, I won second place is website design (thanks to thelist for making me wanting to learn more about web "design" as opposed to web "coding"). This year, I got honorable mention in C++. The contest was held on the 1st (of November).
The ColdFusion Developers Journal published an article I wrote(http://www.sys-con.com/coldfusion/articlea.cfm?id=506) which is basedon code on my evolt-hosted site,http://members.evolt.org/dshadovi/.
At the tail end of the article I thank evolt for hosting thesite.
Lachlan recently had his Inline XML article published on A List Apart.
One of the original founders and main designers of evolt.org, isaac has launched a couple new Web sites: http://www.adelaide36ers.com/ and http://www.australianholidaycentre.com.au/.
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