Category Archives: Drupal

Humanities CMS

It’s a good time to be humanities scholar in need of a complex content management system. While WordPress in all its convenience and glory will always be there for the writer who simply wants to write and publish digitally, there … Continue reading

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Framing Digital Scholarly Communication at HASTAC V

Just a quick note that I’ll be attending the 2011 HASTAC International Conference on December 1st through the 3rd in Ann Arbor, where I’ll be demoing a Drupal-based, Geoserver+PostGIS-backed solution for collaborative production and presentation of digital humanities scholarship.  The … Continue reading

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The Killer Feature of QGIS

I’ve been working just a bit more with Quantum GIS, the open-source alternative to ESRI’s ArcGIS.  At Stanford, we have an unlimited (or practically unlimited, I can never remember) set of licenses for ArcGIS, along with most of the analyst … Continue reading

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The inarguable legitimacy-providing splendour of goats

Tomorrow I’ll be demoing my Stanford Spatial Drupal distribution for some Stanford folks and David Rumsey.  The demo includes an unrectified map of Germany around the Rhine from the 16th century that, shockingly, does not come from Rumsey’s amazing collection.  … Continue reading

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