Drupal 7: the Webchick behind the Wheel
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Katherine Druckman is an HTML-flinging, PHP-hacking Linux Journal Webmistress by day and a refined connoisseur of historic architecture and fine Chinese ceramics by night. She usually can be found surrounded by the charm of aging Texas buildings from the pioneer days or appreciating ceramics of the Song and Qing dynasties. Well, either that or sitting in a comfy chair with a laptop. Yeah, probably the laptop thing. Now in her fourth year heading all things LinuxJournal.com, Katherine's experiences in Web publishing for the open-source audience have strengthened her stance as an impassioned Drupal fangirl.
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- A Better Raspberry Pi Streaming Solution
- More on Using the Bash Complete Command
- Tech Tip: Really Simple HTTP Server with Python
- The Tiny Internet Project, Part II
- Radio Free Linux
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