I think this homepage is pretty sweet.
It’s fabulous. Congratulations!
Hearty congrats, Co-Blogger. For those Snarketeers who were not present at the creation, go back and read one of the first five Snarkmarket posts, from November 2003. Then scroll through the snarkives for our Gore TV category.
Robin’s been all excited about this day for just shy of two years. And back when he started blogging about it, he had no idea he’d be one of the very first employees. How he got from giving away his awesome ideas for free to getting paid for them is really one of the best stories ever. Like serious motivational-speaker-caliber stuff. Get him to tell it to you sometime.
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