Welcome

This is the place I occasionally post content, and more often test techology.  Explore what's here today, no promises, it may not be here tomorrow or will change so dramtically it's unrecognizable. They say this is not a great strategy for building a 'personal brand' :)


Thinking Drupal

Thinking Drupal

I have roots in technology training. While in college, my professors ask me to fill in for him teaching a one-day DOS training at the Brown University Learning Community. I continued instructing that course on a regular basis. I then created the Clipper Bootcamp; four consecutive Saturday's for dBase programmers that wanted to take it to the next level. As a senior consultant at Pro…

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Mac to Linux

From Mac to Linux

In 2005 I made the switch from Windows to Mac as my primary working environment. In 2018 I made a similar switch to Linux. In both cases, the change was somewhat gradual, and the process was the same. In 2005 purchased the newly released Mac Mini and set it up on my desk to the side. Over a few weeks I got comfortable with MacOS, and eventually, my Windows computer was moved to the side.…

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sculpin

Static Websites with Sculpin

This blog, on 8/14/18, is static HTML generated by Sculpin, a static site generator written in PHP. Sculpin converts Markdown files, Twig templates and standard HTML into a static HTML site that can be easily deployed. What is a Drupal guy doing with a static HTML website? Truthfully, just tinkering with technology. I like the idea of simplifying and minimiz…

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Mantle with patriotic HOME sign

At home on July 4th

It's July 1st. In most parts of the US, that means three days until a day off to celebrate the nations birthday. In Bristol RI it has a very different meaning. The 4th of July is a significant event, it's THE event. Planning for July 4th, starts on July 5th the previous year. The celebration begins in June and climaxes with the oldest parade in the country. I grew up in Bristol R…

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When Software Lifts Hardware - Outcast on Apple Watch

Over the past year, I’ve prioritized exercise in my life, most days spending an hour outside or at the gym. I take advantage of that time to listen to podcasts and audiobooks. It took two devices to make this work for me, a health tracker (Fitbit) and phone (iPhone). While I had wanted an Apple Watch since it’s introduction, having the ability to leave your phone behind made the Series …

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NEDCamp
New England Drupal Camp is on November 16 & 17. 2018 at Rhode Island College.
Talking Drupal
A podcast about web design and development by a group a guys with one thing in common, they love Drupal.
This Website
This website is an experiment. It's built with Sculpin, which is a static site generator written in PHP. It converts Markdown files, Twig templates and standard HTML into a static HTML site that can be easily deployed. Learn more about this website build.