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Lessons from Drupalcon 2014

Though I have been increasingly more involved in larger and larger web development projects throughout the last five years of my day job and freelancing, I’m still fairly new to Drupal development. So I was excited to win a very

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Lessons from Drupalcon 2014

Though I have been increasingly more involved in larger and larger web development projects throughout the last five years of my day job and freelancing, I’m still fairly new to Drupal development. So I was excited to win a very

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WordPress to Drupal 6. Magic! Test post. Now messing with title.

UPDATE 2: Successful test! Manual import showed only one “updated” node, the one corresponding to this blog post. Content did indeed update to match first update. The other 9 TEST Top Stories were “new”. All 10 retained original “Authored on”

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WordPress to Drupal 6. Magic! Test post. Now messing with title.

UPDATE 2: Successful test! Manual import showed only one “updated” node, the one corresponding to this blog post. Content did indeed update to match first update. The other 9 TEST Top Stories were “new”. All 10 retained original “Authored on”

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Latin for “testicles”

From a NYTimes interview with Katie Couric, “Katie Couric Has a Few Regrets“: At your first job at CNN, the head of the network, Reese Schonfeld, famously said you just didn’t possess the gravitas to be in TV news. Which

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Latin for “testicles”

From a NYTimes interview with Katie Couric, “Katie Couric Has a Few Regrets“: At your first job at CNN, the head of the network, Reese Schonfeld, famously said you just didn’t possess the gravitas to be in TV news. Which

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Tsunamis and the energy of atomic bombs

Despite the title, this is not about the shaky state of several nuclear power plants in post-tsunami Japan. Rather, I want to fawn over Kenneth Chang’s piece, The Destructive Power of Water (NYT 12 Mar 2011). An excerpt: A typical

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Tsunamis and the energy of atomic bombs

Despite the title, this is not about the shaky state of several nuclear power plants in post-tsunami Japan. Rather, I want to fawn over Kenneth Chang’s piece, The Destructive Power of Water (NYT 12 Mar 2011). An excerpt: A typical

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Nuclear War Still Not a Good Idea

A NASA computer simulation shows that nuclear war could throws up a huge soot cloud that warms, rises, and blocks sunlight to cool the Earth. Now that’s the kind of climate change we like to see! Except there’s also that

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Nuclear War Still Not a Good Idea

A NASA computer simulation shows that nuclear war could throws up a huge soot cloud that warms, rises, and blocks sunlight to cool the Earth. Now that’s the kind of climate change we like to see! Except there’s also that

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Apples to apples in interracial marriage

This is a follow-up on a NYTimes story, Black Women See Fewer Black Men at the Altar. The range and extremes in this cursory analysis of interracial marriage rates are pretty striking: Of all 3.8 million adults who married in

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Apples to apples in interracial marriage

This is a follow-up on a NYTimes story, Black Women See Fewer Black Men at the Altar. The range and extremes in this cursory analysis of interracial marriage rates are pretty striking: Of all 3.8 million adults who married in

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