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Below are my personal favorite Chrome Extensions. Not the most popular, but some of the most useful extensions.

  • ColorZilla
  • WhatFont
  • Similar Sites
  • Raindrop.io
  • Honey
  • Get RSS Feed URL
  • DuckDuckGo Privacy Essentials

ColorZilla

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ColorZilla is very useful for web designers and/or graphic designers as well as people who just fancy color! It will give you the #Hexcode, RGB percentages or HSL percentages with a couple of clicks.

This extension couldn’t be anymore simple to use. To “launch” the extension, you can either click the icon on your browser bar or create your own keyboard shortcut (mine is Cmd+Opt+Z). My favorite, time-saving, feature is the color picker history action. …


A case study done for Camp House Concerts by Cody Box.

Situation

Wanted to reach as many website visitors as possible while not knowing where our target market spent their time online.

Initial Research

Most marketing experts and social media blogs will tell you that it is better to master few rather than be mediocre at all of them. However, we were able to utilize certain tools to help us manage all of our social accounts.

Efforts

We took to the major players in the game, Facebook, Twitter & Instagram first and established a social media “homebase” if you’ll call it that. …


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The relationship between the Catcher and Umpire is vital at every level of the game. These relationships can have a positive effect on the game and strike-zone as well as a negative effect. The line is pretty thin and there are a few unwritten rules to follow that will help you stay on the good side of your umpire and potentially changing the outcome of close calls.

Catchers are one of the only players on the field outside of your manager that can ask the tough questions, that when asked by the pitcher or hitter, can seem a bit insulting.

When the mutual-respect is there, the umpire will look to you as the middle-man between the pitcher, dugout and even the manager. In most cases, your umpire will turn to you first before he makes a call on your pitcher for a balk, “Tell your pitcher to come set.” …

Cody Box

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