|Looking back at 2010|
This is it: The last day of 2010! Normally, the last post of the year on Marcofolio would be a "Best of the Best" round-up (see 2008 and 2009), but for this year, I wanted to look back at my own blog.
This was the year where I created only 32 article (the least I created in the past years), but I'm pretty sure all of them are true high quality articles (no imagedumps, list posts etc.). Most of them are web dev related, about jQuery, CSS3 or HTML5. I really hoped you liked reading the articles on Marcofolio.net for the last year!
I have nothing left to say except to wish you a safe and joyful new year's eve and I hope to see you back (with all your fingers) in 2011! Check out this Christmas/New years card from me and my girlfriend, wishing this to everybody in the world.
Now let's take a look back at Marcofolio over the past year.
Top 5 2010
These are the top 5 most popular articles from 2010 on Marcofolio - purely based on hits.
Which one did you like most?
Other than the top 5, I would like to give some attention to my personal favourite articles from te past year (in random order).
As you might know, I'm pretty active on Twitter. I've made some great friends there, and connected with some awesome people. Here's my #FollowFriday list, but now for 2010 (in alphabetical order)!
Happy following, I'm sure these Tweeps won't disappoint you!
I really want to thank my sponsors who bought an ad spot through BuySellAds this year. Especially those that made it all the way through the end of 2010: Wix, Global Templates, Best Design Award, Viva Themes, Moo, ThemeForest, Rapid XHTML, Logo99 and Massive Templates.
Last, but especially not least, I want to thank you, one of the many many Marcofolio.net readers! I really hope to see you back in 2011, where I plan to create more, high quality article that'll totally blow your mind or are interesting for your next web project. Stay tuned!
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