Let’s Celebrate: My Tenth-year Anniversary of Being a Microsoft Windows MVP!

On October 1st, 2013 I received an email from the Microsoft MVP program stating that for the tenth straight year, I was to be awarded MVP status in the Windows-Expert Consumer area. This award was based on my past year’s activity, mainly in the promotion of and assistance in using Microsoft products and Windows related software and hardware through WindowsTalk.org.

In order to celebrate this personal milestone, I have done two things:

  1. I switched to the Genesis Framework, something I have been wanting to do for some time. I really like the looks, speed and implementation of their themes, so I decided to move forward in this area over a recent long weekend. Let me know what you think!
  2. I want to giveaway a free copy of “Microsoft Outlook 2013 Plain & Simple” to a WindowsTalk reader.

Outlook book front

Outlook book back

This is a great book for someone who may be new to Outlook 2013, and it may even teach a long-time Outlook user a trick or two!

To qualify, leave a comment below including a feature of Outlook that you like. You also need to supply a valid email address when leaving your comment so I can contact you for a shipping address. A winner will be chosen at random.