Not bad for a guy who’s self-taught with computers and geeky stuff. Learn from my years of experience on the internet and with social media.
As reported by tech reporter Jolie O’Dell over at VentureBeat earlier this month, Chrome has passed Firefox and is now the second most popular web browser.
For those of you who have followed me over the years, you know that my wife Shelly and I have participated in the 3-Day for the Cure. It’s an annual event that supports breast cancer research and each year we’re required to raise a minimum of $2,300.
I won’t try to convince you that walking 60 miles over a weekend is easy, but I will say that throughout the years it’s become easier for me.
Every couple months I have a Friday night where I’m inspired by incredible design.
It’s no secret that I’m schizophrenic when it comes to my site, so this shouldn’t come as a surprise to you. And I also enjoy trying to see how far I can take Genesis.
This time I’m going Tumblr style. But with WordPress.
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I thought hard about posting this at StudioPress, but ultimately felt it wasn’t fair to post MY opinion out there on behalf of everyone who is a part of our team.
Now that I got that off my chest, I’d like to introduce *my* choices for the Genesis Awards… congrats to everyone who won!
If you’re an online blogger, web designer/developer, or website owner looking to generate income then you need to sign up for the StudioPress affiliate program.
I mean right now… seriously, I’ll wait for you to come back.
And as promised, I’m going to reveal the tricks of my trade by teaching you today how you can make money by adding a Genesis Box to your site.