2009 was an awesome year, right? That is assuming you didn’t lose your home to foreclosure, get caught cheating with over a dozen women, or get sent to jail. But all is pretty swell right?
Although the level of optimism has been lower than normal this year, the future can only get better. Let us not despair over what you hear from the news. Look at the positive side of your life: You got your health, your Windows 7, and newly purchased SUV.
So without further ado, let’s take a look back at the best things that happened in the blogosphere, Youtube, and Twitter.
Hey, not everyone is great at Photoshop. Have you seen the images on this blog? Yeah. Thought so. I’m lucky I wasn’t mentioned on the list. Of course, there is always next year.
A must-read for any aspiring bloggers. Ahem. Nathan Hangen lists the ten critical lessons he learned during the course of his blogging experience. Sometimes, it takes more than hard work and dedication to turn your blog into a success.
Like every type of addiction known to mankind, Twitter addiction may never be realized until someone reveals to you the cold, hard (That’s what she said!) truth. If you’re very sensitive and a likely candidate to burst spontaneously into tears, I recommend that you do not read this article.
Web design is not for everyone. Just make sure you don’t commit these big no-no’s when your setting up your site’s design.
Written by the dude we just mentioned in our previous post, this article will surely make any coding lover drool profusely. My favorite tip? How to create a “Send to Twitter” button.
The owner of the hilarious account is Justin Halpern who tweets the random sayings of his 73-year father. Eloquent in its simplicity and powerful in its originality, the tweets have caught the attention of CBS and now a television show is in the makings.
Tweeted by the blogger behind the social media and culture blog, Tremendous News!, this tweet makes light of the ridiculousness that is Twitter. Don’t take it personally, but some people just aren’t made for 140 characters or less.
How can you not laugh after seeing that picture? For those of you who don’t know, kevjumba is known for his hilarious Youtube videos where he talks about college life, his hilarious dad, and life as a young adult. Go and check out his videos.
One of the most prolific professional athlete on Twitter, the flamboyant Chad OchoCinco is known for his spontaneous tweets about the athlete life, video games, and invitations to fans to join him for a meal or movie.
Photo by bfick
You see? 2009 was a fantastic year. So tell me, what were your best memories from 2009?