Top 10 Reasons Email Newsletters are a Bad Idea

At DrupalCon this year, I attended an impromptu meeting of some 50 Web developers who work on church Web sites.  We had an hour to talk about anything we wanted, but we spent the entire time talking about best practices for email newsletters.  The more we talked, the more we came to the conclusion that email newsletters are an ineffective and inefficient method of communication, and that a reliance

Top 10 Reasons Email Newsletters are a Bad Idea

At DrupalCon this year, I attended an impromptu meeting of some 50 Web developers who work on church Web sites.  We had an hour to talk about anything we wanted, but we spent the entire time talking about best practices for email newsletters.  The more we talked, the more we came to the conclusion that email newsletters are an ineffective and inefficient method of communication, and that a reliance

Testing Facebook connection

I'm using the Networked Blogs app for Facebook to import the RSS feed from this site to the Interdependent Web Facebook page.  Let's see if it's working...

Testing Facebook connection

I'm using the Networked Blogs app for Facebook to import the RSS feed from this site to the Interdependent Web Facebook page.  Let's see if it's working...

Testing Facebook connection

I'm using the Networked Blogs app for Facebook to import the RSS feed from this site to the Interdependent Web Facebook page.  Let's see if it's working...

DrupalCon Chicago 2011

I won't be posting blog entries from DrupalCon this year, because I anticipate that, as in past years, all the keynotes and sessions will be recorded and posted on archive.org after the conference.  I will be posting on our Facebook page, though, so if you're interested in the highlights, please visit our Facebook

DrupalCon Chicago 2011

I won't be posting blog entries from DrupalCon this year, because I anticipate that, as in past years, all the keynotes and sessions will be recorded and posted on archive.org after the conference.  I will be posting on our Facebook page, though, so if you're interested in the highlights, please visit

DrupalCon Chicago 2011

I won't be posting blog entries from DrupalCon this year, because I anticipate that, as in past years, all the keynotes and sessions will be recorded and posted on archive.org after the conference.  I will be posting on our Facebook page, though, so if you're interested in the highlights, please visit

Hoop house in the snow

Here's what happened to our hoop house after we got six inches of drifting snow:

interior of hoop house in snow

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