Month: May 2004

Movable Type and Drupal and a rant for dessert

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I think it’s no state secret by now that I am a huge fan of [?external:http://www.drupal.org Drupal]. I’m a bit behind the curve in piling on to the Movable Type bruhaha and resulting exodus in the past few weeks. My opinions of that software and people behind it have a lot less to do with rational thought than they do with insane envy, so it’s probably not productive for me to give an ill-informed opinion […]

The season begins.

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The past month or so has been a dreary, wet, grey mess of a weather season. We had one last, little cold snap in Austin last Saturday, but Sunday was easily the most gorgeous I remember for this year. Perfect weather for a nice, long bike ride and the first Beer Can Chicken of the season… the season for the Good Life begins. In case you forgot, here’s a link to my directions.

RSS 2.0 temporarily forwarding to 0.92

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BEGIN GEEKERY: My RSS feeds are slowly coming back online. With the latest verision of Drupal, the export module (i.e. RSS 2.0) was disabled. I’ll investigate and restore soon. In the meantime, the old 2.0 link is being routed to the full-text 0.92 feed. No change is required on your part. Thanks! Also, FYI: I have new headlines only ATOM 0.3 feed END GEEKERY

Austin Student Digital Film Festival – May 8, 2004

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I need to plug an amazing event happening in Austin this upcoming Saturday. A group of media teachers in AISD, in their spare time with zero funding, have arranged for students from all over our region to showcase their digital films. They had to turn away quite a few very good films and have put together a collection of funny, heartwarming, and downright remarkable examples of what creative kids can do with the right tools […]