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How to Set Clear Terms That Will Get You Paid

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How to Set Clear Payment Terms That Will Get You Paid

You can be the best designer or developer in the world, but if you don’t know how to invoice, you’re going to have problems getting paid on time — or at all. The best way to get paid on time is to be extremely clear with clients about payment terms. When is payment due? How […]



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How To Clear (Flush) DNS Cache In OS X Yosemite

So, you want to clear your OS X’s DNS cache but don’t know how and even dscacheutil isn’t getting the job done. That is possibly caused by you being on a different version of Mac’s operating system, most probably OS X Yosemite 10.10.

To clear DNS caches completely on OS X Yosemite (version 10.10.x), you will need to clear both MDNS (Multicast DNS) and UDNS (Unicast DNS) caches via Terminal. Here’s how you can get this done.

Method 1: Clear MDNS & UDNS caches Separately

Enter the following commands separately in your terminal.

The first will clear the MDNS cache and the second will clear the UDNS cache. You will require the admin password to perfom this task.

sudo discoveryutil mdnsflushcache
sudo discoveryutil udnsflushcaches

That’s all! Click here to read more about flushing DNS cache in OS X Yosemite.

Method 2: Clear MDNS & UDNS caches together

Alternatively, you can use the following command. Basically it’s the same, it combines both of the above into one.

sudo discoveryutil mdnsflushcache;sudo discoveryutil udnsflushcaches;say flushed

Clearing DNS Cache in other Mac versions

If you are not on OS X Yosemite yet, here is a recap of how to clear or flush dns cache in older versions of Mac.

OS X Mavericks (10.9)

dscacheutil -flushcache; sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder

OS X Mountain Lion (10.8)

sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder

OS X Lion (10.7)

sudo killall -HUP mDNSResponder

OS X Snow Leopard (10.6)

sudo dscacheutil -flushcache

OS X Leopard (10.5)

sudo dscacheutil -flushcache

OS X Tiger (10.4)

lookupd -flushcache





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Gillette Clear Gel’s No Sweat Test Thanksgiving: Staying dry from start to finish, while delivering a holiday extravaganza for 30 people

Gillette Clear Gel's No Sweat Test Thanksgiving

When considering what we think of as a powerful deodorant, one’s mind often envisions sports or other high-endurance scenarios where physicality triggers perspiration. But, with stress and heat as stimulants for sweat, there’s no better place to……

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Weekly Inspiration – The Experiment, Digital Natives, Clear, and more


It’s that time of the week again, a chance for you to sit back and be inspired by some of our favorite web and mobile designs from the past week.

You may also like to browse the Web Inspiration Archives.

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Intel Clear: a new corporate font for Intel

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Intel recently announced a new font built just for its brand: Intel Clear.

The new font was developed by Red Peak and Dalton Maag. Subtle changes are designed to make it easier to read. For example, Intel Clear’s characters have more even proportions, rounder features and square dots when compared to the old typeface.

Intel’s logo, which doesn’t feature the old typeface, won’t be changing. However, Intel Clear incorporates many elements of the corporate logo to ensure the two complement each other.  The font will be used in all corporate communications, such as on its website.

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Restaurant branding steers clear of stereotypes

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This restaurant branding steers clear of any stereotypes
    




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Type Love: Clear Sans

Clear Sans is a “rational geometric sans serif” from Positype, that has been reworked since its original introduction in 2008. The newly expanded family includes regular, text and screen fonts in 10 weights plus italics—check it out at MyFonts.

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Miami Art Week 2013: Glass: Clear, crystalline and dynamic uses of an every day component

Miami Art Week 2013: Glass


Of all the materials put to use and on display during Miami’s art extravaganza, we saw several shimmering, shiny—but also innovative—works utilizing glass. Fragile, see-through and with the ability to morph light and color, it’s as multidimensional as it is straightforward. It completed…

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Design Inspiration: Clear for iOS 7

Here’s a look at the difference between the iOS 6 and the iOS 7 versions of the Clear icon. The changes are subtle, but the new look makes it feel even more at home under iOS 7.

This design was featured on Sunday 29th of September 2013. It’s designed by Realmac Software, and falls under the category of iPhone App.

If you’d like, you can visit this site, or view all our other featured designs.

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Congressional bill would clear companies to vaguely disclose US surveillance requests

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Nine members of congress introduced a new bill on Friday that would give tech firms, telecommunications companies, and internet service providers the legal clearance to publicly share the number of government surveillance orders they’ve received and how many users have been targeted by such requests. Such companies have been in the spotlight lately for complying with surveillance demands, which are made under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), the Patriot Act, and other national security laws. These requests are also at the center of the controversy surrounding government spying programs like PRISM. But while the bill — dubbed the Surveillance Order Reporting Act — would change the status quo if passed into law, it…

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