computerworld.com: Two companies decide that Drupal, a powerful but complex content management system, works best for them.
cmscritic.com: Drupal today released a total of four versions of the popular open source CMS. Yes, I said four. Drupal 6.23, 6.24, 7.11 and 7.12 releases were put on the servers today.
openlogic.com: The flexible Drupal content management system (CMS) lets you build all kinds of websites, from simple blogs to complex giant multimedia extravaganzas. You’ve probably heard the buzz, but maybe you were nervous about trying to install and configure the software yourself.
computerworld.com.au: Building a website has never been easier. Gone -- mostly -- are the days of having to hand-code HTML and PHP scripts in order to get a slick, fully functional website, thanks to the capabilities of content management systems that do most or all of the heavy lifting for site creators.
buytaert.net: Starting today, Twitter's developer community lives and breathes on Drupal! This is a big deal for Drupal -- it's not every day that one of the hottest technology start-ups switches one of its sites to Drupal.
computerweekly.com: Rumour has it that several well known publishing brands have moved from their traditional print versions into online-only entities in recent times. For these reasons I ended up surfing for open source publishing topics this week.
linux-mag.com: Drupal is a simple but powerful CMS. However, you'll probably want to configure it. Learn how to tweak Drupal's settings to your liking.
informationweek.com: Drupal -- the open-source Community Platform + Web CMS -- is officially trendy. How do I know that? Well, a short while back, within one week two people came up to me separately during meetings to express how "cool" Drupal is. What both people had in common was that neither of them had ever seen, let alone used, Drupal.
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