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If You Like It Then You Should Have Wrote a Tweet on It

If You Like It Then You Should Have Wrote a Tweet on It

Published: Oct 1st, 2011

Anyone that has attempted covering an event live via a social network like Twitter knows this can be a difficult job. The tweeter has to act as both a reporter, […]

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Streamlining LISTSERV Subscriptions

Published: Sep 27th, 2011

LISTSERV is still widely used to e-mail newsletters, updates and announcements to subscribers. But how did they become subscribers?

Modernizr

Modernizr

Published: Sep 22nd, 2011

The waiting game is over. CSS3 is finally here. No longer a web designer’s pipe dream, this specification has finally caught on with modern, standards-compliant browsers.

Creating a Central Git Repository

Creating a Central Git Repository

Published: Sep 20th, 2011

Version control systems (VCS) are blessings to developers like me who work on single project with other developers. Too often someone would accidentally overwrite another’s code, possibly erasing hours of hard work.

Global Headers: Using the Web to Help Unify an Academic Health Center

Global Headers: Using the Web to Help Unify an Academic Health Center

Published: Sep 13th, 2011

One of the simplest ways of describing the internet is to simply refer to it as “the web”. But pause for a moment and reflect on what “the web” symbolizes.

Implementing ADAM xml content in a Drupal installation, part 1: proof of concept

Implementing ADAM xml content in a Drupal installation, part 1: proof of concept

Published: Sep 12th, 2011

ADAM is one of the largest online consumer health encyclopedias and is leveraged by many health care institutions as an patient-centric encyclopedia of information.

Introducing Adobe Edge

Introducing Adobe Edge

Published: Sep 6th, 2011

What is Adobe Edge and Who Cares? Adobe Edge is the latest addition to Adobe’s already wide collection of content creation tools.  It uses HTML 5, CSS3, and JavaScript to […]

X Marks the Spot

X Marks the Spot

Published: Sep 2nd, 2011

Geosocial or geolocation applications are one of the big buzzwords in Social Media and web marketing these days. After being introduced via Foursquare and Gowalla at the South by Southwest […]

Building Multiple Drupal Sites from One Database

Building Multiple Drupal Sites from One Database

Published: Aug 29th, 2011

Here’s a quick and easy way to make two Drupal “sites,” with different domain names (or a subdomain), behave as relatively independent sites, but share the same database.

Herding WordPress Cats

Herding WordPress Cats

Published: Aug 4th, 2011

Multi-User WordPress offers a great out-of-the-box solution for managing multiple subdomains from a single installation. However, it takes a little bit of wrangling to break it in for a local development shop.