Adelle Frank Drupal, genealogy, accessibility, and religion archives geek in Atlanta, Georgia

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Twitter highlights for Friday of the 2010 LITA National Forum

conference logoWere you unable to attend the 2010 LITA National Forum in Atlanta? Find twitter streams a bit overwhelming, lacking in context, or chronologically confusing?

Here is your solution: a re-organized, select set of relevant and/or funny tweets for each of the talks given on Friday. Please post comments if I've missed any particularly good tweets!

I'll also be posting links to the slides, when I can find them. I've also posted similar summaries for the other days of the LITA conference, including: Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday.

Presenting: the "Adelle" theme for Drupal 6

Drupal cms logoWhen I first started blogging back in 2008, I decided to use drupal as the behind-the-scenes software. I'd been in love with it for years, ever since using version 4 at work. But, my goodness, the trials of getting it to look nice!

Herein you will find my journey through 2 themes to this beautiful design you see in front of you now.

DrupalCamp Atlanta SESSIONS - Saturday Sept. 19th

DrupalCamp Atlanta 2009 badgeWill you be attending DrupalCamp at Kennesaw State University?  I will. There are some fascinating sessions being offered.

Saturday, September 19, 2009, 9:15 am to 5:00 pm.

Some of the sessions that look interesting include:

Sharepoint vs. Drupal comparison for library intranets

Here is a quick, brief comparison of Drupal and Sharepoint as options for a library intranet.

Best free software for cheap (I mean, frugal) web developers ...and everyone else

Best free software for: protecting your computer, developing web sites, and having fun/being productive.  I assume you have a Windows machine because they're cheap (unless you're a REAL techie who uses Linux and builds their own computer, in which case, this blog entry is probably beneath you).

Digital rights management and the breakdown of social norms

Abstract: May claims that the ease of copying digital works has sparked an attempt by (largely corporate) owners to enforce their perceived legal rights over the works' digital embodiments with technological tools for digital rights management (DRM). He argues that these DRM technologies have sparked a renewed political debate over the balance of private and public rights in this arena.