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Category Archives: The Web
On Facebook today I came across a video shared by a friend whose musical taste I respect, so I gave it a click, and had that wonderful experience of discovering something great and unexpected. It’s three members of a female … Continue reading
…as we’re reminded by CodeNow, featured at WhiteHouse.gov today: CodeNow focuses on developing the next pioneers in technology by teaching underserved youth foundational skills in computer science and programming with the objective of narrowing the current digital divide. The organization … Continue reading
Cross-posted at O’Reilly Broadcast. Continuing my effort to spare newcomers to Drupal from falling into this powerful content management system’s most common traps, this time I look at a frequent cause of white screens – the sudden and scary devolution … Continue reading
I’ll be giving a free seminar on Understanding Social Media at the Monterey County Democrats’ Center For Change in Monterey Tuesday, Nov 17, 2009 from 6 to 8 pm. This is part of our Training For Change series for Monterey … Continue reading
Cross-posted at O’Reilly Broadcast.
The Drupal Content Management System keeps getting better and better. But the learning curve is still steep and the interface is still tricky – even after working with it for several years, some gotchas keep tripping me up. That tells me it’s worth jotting them down, hopefully to spare a few other Drupallers falling into the traps I’ve fallen into enough times for all of us.
This time: Mysterious problems logging in or accessing content.
These are fairly common and can have a variety of causes. The ones I’ve found most often… Continue reading
Lawmakers’ Internet-based town hall meetings increase constituents’ approval ratings for the politician, enhance citizen engagement in politics and ultimately impact the probability of participants voting for that member of Congress, according to a new Congressional Management Foundation report. CMF Executive … Continue reading