The first annual DrupalCamp Twin Cities came and went this past May, and I'd say it was a great success.
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Internet access has become a necessity in our daily lives. Not to live, of course - you're not going to die without it. But for practical purposes, such as applying for a job, searching for a home, paying bills, renewing your tabs, or taking a class, you need to be online.
The first ever DrupalCamp Twin Cities is coming! This May 20th and 21st, 2011, we'll be host to 2 days worth of Drupal-related workshops, talks, informal gatherings, and parties. There will be a day's worth of FREE training before the conference begins, on the 19th of May, brought to you by the good folks at Chapter 3. You can register for Drupal in a Day training and the conference as well, at http://2011.tcdrupal.org
Internet Explorer takes a lot of heat over the years (in the web building world) for its lack of support for CSS. It's gotten better with version 7 and version 8, but it still lacks support for the latest version of CSS (CSS 3). Some popular features that CSS3 introduces to browsers like Firefox and Safari and Chrome include rounded corners and drop shadows. These are both time-savers and filesize/bandwidth savers for web pages. Because of Internet Explorer's popularity, these new CSS3 rules have been largely ignored. Why use them if a majority of site visitors can't see them?
Just signed up for my first DrupalCon, the biggest Drupal convention in the U.S., held once a year. This year it's Chicago, where I have lot of family and family roots, so I had to go. Plus it's somewhat close. If you call a 7 hour drive close. Coming up in March, 2011.