It's a little sad to realize that, roughly 15 months since I switched my website over to Drupal, this is only my 66th node... which includes several static pages, some backdated entries from my livejournal, and some unpublished and deleted posts. I really need to blog more, both here and at gnovis.
My attention was drawn today to this amazing thread on "How to delete your Yahoo! account," in which the poster offers a very simple explanation of, surprise, how to delete your yahoo account.
Amazingly, it is followed by 232 comments (so far), the majority of which are mindless requests for him to delete arbitrary yahoo accounts. An example:
I want to delete my account,but I dont know how,?can you please delete my account cause i wanna change it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!ppppppppllllllllsssssssssssssssssss……
Note to self. backup /sites directory before upgrading drupal.
Otherwise, your friends will laugh at you for having such an ugly website.
I've decided to start posting about my races. This is pretty off-topic, so sometime soon I'll split them off into a separate RSS feed, so my drupal and critical theory readers don't have to read about me sweating.
I forgot to point this out before, but, in addition to my series of posts on this website, I also blogged about DrupalCon on the gnovis website.
After two very exciting days of blogging on Monday and Tuesday, everything slowed down a bit for me here on Wednesday and Thursday. There are several reasons for this, some good and some bad.
- I'm exhausted, so I haven't been as excited to blog these last two days.
- I've had some bad luck picking sessions, including a few that were just flat out boring and poorly done.
Aaah, a non-DrupalCon post at last.
I'm typically pretty hard on ESPN.com, for their editorial policies, membership levels, and other philosophical issues, but here's something a little more pragmatic: ESPN sucks at photoshop.
Exhibit A: "But it looks so real!"
First impression: Oooh... this looks a lot like the Firefox Web Developer toolbar (which I love and depend on), but for Drupal theming. That's hawt.
[Note: Requires separate download of Krumo to get the really pretty output. See Devel readme.]
Theming Notes for Drupal 6
I'm sitting in on a birds of a feather session for education. First observation: wow, there are a lot of people in here. I actually feel bad taking up a seat, because its crowded and there are definitely people at the back who can't hear. (I'm delighted to see Evergreen represented here! Woot!)