I updated this site yesterday, from Drupal 4.7 to Drupal 5.7, with much help from Eric. We decided not to move it up to 6.x, since 6.x has some incomplete modules in its core. (If I'm misstating that, it's on me, not Eric, btw.) I thought I'd summarize my experience with the process a bit, since I know there's a lot of interest in Drupal among librarians.
Last weekend I attended the Women, Action & the Media conference at MIT in Cambridge, MA. It was generally empowering and exciting to be at an activist event with a probably 90%+ female population--to learn about all the inspiring work being done, especially by young and youngish women of color.
I know it's probably bad form to post the same thing on more than one of my blogs, but it's hard not to when you really really really want to get the word out about something. So, please go see my Radical Reference post on how a government funded database on reproductive health is deliberately sabotaging access to information about abortion. (emphasis added)
I'm trying to clean out my inbox, close Firefox tabs, and in other ways organize my life. I've still got like 15 open tabs, but here are five I managed to close after writing a little summary about them: