I set up a Drupal Meetup 2 weeks ago and so far 13 people have joined up!
These past few days, my VPS had been crashing unexpectedly. No warning, just dies out, and you don't even know about it until either someone tells you or you randomly check and none of the sites I host load. Naturally I emailed support and this is what I got:
The article starts out explaining that the person who has the password to edit the website is out of the country, and so a decision was made to disable it instead.
Let's face it, Facebook has easily become the only social networking tool worth promoting your site on. Oh I know Twitter faithful have something to say about that, but I don't twit, and since I don't twit, I'm probably not gonna read it if they do ;).
At any rate, I've been using the Addthis module for quite a while now, and I felt I needed a change. Here's a little graphic of why I think it isn't worth it anymore.
Clearly, I needed a change.
With little x marks on the side to indicate they.are.now.finished.
Let's go through them in detail, or at least those I can screencap:
By way of Weblogtoolscollection, whose feed you need to be subscribed to if you run any number of Wordpress powered sites, I learned of MS' Web Platform and its offering of web apps that I assume would run on Windows Server, IIS and SQL Server (otherwise why would they mention these at all?).
I say 'assume' because neither Weblogtoolscollection or Thestandard.com, who both covered this earth shaking piece of news, confirmed whether these'd run on IIS, etc.