Entries Tagged as 'Applied Use'

Drupal How To: Content Profile Basics

March 22nd, 2009 · 26 Comments

A Good Profile Is Key In Drupal complex tasks can be very easy.  Sadly many times simple tasks can be complex.  Even more often, to make a complex task simple, you have to make a simple task complex first.  Such is the case with the content profile module.  Note, this example uses Drupal 6. Why [...]

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Social Media – Are You Doing It Wrong?

March 18th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Networking Isn’t Always Simple   Have you been wondering what all the fuss about social media is?  You’ve maybe registered for Digg, submitted one of your stories and nothing came of it.  Seems like a waste of time, well…yes and no. Social Media Is About Community I had read this time and again.  As I [...]

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Categories: Applied Use · Main blog narrative

Why Digg is better than Stumbleupon

January 20th, 2009 · 2 Comments

Photo By: NightRPStar A while back we were mystified by the results we found with our tests of Stumbleupon. We’ve since concluded that our results stemmed from Stumbleupon’s advanced utilities to prevent people from “Stumbling” their own content.  The question that arises in my mind is: Why Have Functionality To Prevent People From Stumbling Their [...]

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Categories: Applied Use · Theory