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Awesome Freelance Project for a Friend Photographer

May 10, 2010 at 3:27 pm

I have just finished a new website for a photographer friend of mine that lives in my neighborhood in Mesa. Her name is Stephanie Ortega, and from what I’ve seen, a very talented photographer. Check out her brand new website:

Stephanie Ortega Photography

I built the website over the course of two months in my “spare” time. It was a fun project, and Stephanie, with her Photoshop and InDesign skills, made a lot of the designing easy. It’s nice to work with clients who know what a pixel is. The bulk of the project was actually in the administrative parts of the website where she can login and completely edit all of the photos, galleries, and textual content. The front end provided some challenges as well with displaying the galleries and photos in a way that worked smoothly and presented her work. Overall, I think it turned out very well, and it looks really nice.

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Today’s Browsers Wars – some visualizations and statistics

April 20, 2009 at 1:19 pm

Ten years ago, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator were still fighting each to be the most popular web browser. Internet Explorer won the battle… easily, in fact. Support for Netscape finally ended in 2007, and since then Netscape has only been a byword. Shipping with (and being a fundamental part of) Windows has given IE a near monopoly over the web browser market. Is it the best web browser? Back when it was just IE and Netscape, I preferred IE. Now I would take any of the other browsers over IE. Ever since Firefox emerged in 2004, we’ve seen a change from what browsers were, to what they can be. We’ve seen innovations like tabbed browsing, speed dial, useful extensions, greater web standards support and faster JavaScript engines. It is also no surprise that these innovations are not coming from Internet Explorer; they are coming from all the newer browsers. Because of this, the market for these other browsers are growing.

Icons of some of the more popular web browsers

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My Blog Articles on HTMList.com

March 8, 2009 at 11:28 am

Last summer as an intern at Synapse Studios, I contributed several posts to the company blog. Since we are a web development company, most of my posts had to do with web development. Here are the links to each of those articles in case anyone is interested. They are listed in reverse chronological order.

HTMList Logo

This post is also on HTMList. It wasn’t written by me, but it was written about me.

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Our first year of marriage was a good one

February 25, 2009 at 11:59 am

2008 was a fun year. It really flew by too. Apparently, after you get married, years start flying by. I’m getting older and chubbier too. Let’s catch everybody up on what happened with the Lindblom’s in 2008.

Penny and Jeremy's Wedding Day

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Announcing Jeremy and Penny’s New Blog

February 24, 2009 at 7:14 am

Trumpets burst forth from the heavens to announce the grand opening of Jeremy and Penny’s blog!

Welcome, welcome friends, family, peers, contemporaries, associates, etc. I’m announcing the beginning of our blog. I have felt the need to create one for some time, but now it is here. What should you expect to see on this blog? Well, I’ll spell it out for you:

  1. Posts about Penny and I and our family. Eventually we’ll have some pictures of our kids, but first we need to get some kids… and then some photos of them.
  2. Web development articles. Yep, it’s my passion. Expect tutorials and informative articles about various subjects and how-tos for PHP, HTML/XHTML, CSS, MySQL, and JavaScript. I will also be linking to and/or reposting good articles I found around the web or that I write on other web development blogs like HTMList.
  3. Restaurant reviews. I don’t consider myself a food connoisseur, but I do think of myself as more of a food carnisaur, which is kind of like a connoisseur, a carnivore and a dinosaur all in one. That just means I am an expert at eating food, and I can tell you what places are good or bad.
  4. A bunch of other stuff. Rants, raves, thoughts, ideas, religious blurbs, movie reviews, events, news and stuff about my band, school and work, etc.

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