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POSTED 11/16/2010 by Jonathan Lambert

In the past year, we've worked with a number of fantastic clients. One of the things we've seen repeatedly is a desire by some clients to do work that is a "port" of the existing site to Drupal technologies. This is often not the right approach.

POSTED 5/28/2010 by Aaron Stewart

Over the course of our search for new developers for WorkHabit, I've often gotten a letter or message from Drupal Zealots large and small -- Drupal developers that were born and indoctrinated into the community and believe it's the best thing since sliced bread.

POSTED 5/25/2010 by Jonathan Lambert

Drupal as a framework doesn't always lend itself well to detailed specifications — and many projects try very hard to do them to "contain risk" and get "a clear and exact" deliverable.

POSTED 5/15/2009 by

Sometimes an afterthought, sometimes the only good-looking page on a site: registration pages are the heart and soul of user participation.

POSTED 4/8/2009 by Jonathan Lambert

I've taken a couple of days off to watch the outcome of the Cloud Expo, CloudCamp, and especially, the CCIF meetings. After three days, this posting is my response to everything I learned, and what I think next steps are. I'd like to have an open dialogue about it: but let's get moving.

POSTED 1/30/2009 by Jonathan Lambert

Here's an interesting problem. Through the dot com era (and slightly before), the hosting market was driven to ravenous acquisitions of companies based on the value of their customers.

POSTED 12/4/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

Here is a fact: developers tend to overvalue their innovations.

POSTED 11/19/2008 by
Information Week has an article that looks at [how success has been achieved by Drupal](http://www.informationweek.com/news/software/open_source/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=212002359) and Alfresco by integrating social and collaboration features into the products.
POSTED 11/11/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

When users control the conversation, there is an interesting tendency for the elevation of users as experts based on contribution.

POSTED 10/24/2008 by
We just got finished installing floor to ceiling whiteboards around some of the offices and common spaces in the Sacramento office. Here's how you can do it without spending thousands of dollars on large whiteboards.
POSTED 9/3/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

Twitter won't work with my social network, because my social network relies on keyword taxonomies. So, right now, it's easy to associate twitter with a profile, because it's a 1-1 relationship. And I can build a twitter channel (#workhabitinc) for example, to pull from multiple twitter feeds.

POSTED 9/1/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

It seems every year there is a trend that pops up that I didn't realized was "hip" until I read it in someone else's blog. Ajax was one of those trends, a 5-6 year old technology that just blew up overnight and became a phenomenon.

POSTED 8/5/2008 by

When I was in high-school, I worked at an office supply chain in the "Business Machines" department. I sold computers, adding machines, Palm Pilots (the first revision!), printers, cables, you name it.

POSTED 8/4/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

I'm writing this post to call attention to a new training event. It seems like Lullabot is once again on a training roll, with their new video and now a really interesting training event called Do It With Drupal.

POSTED 8/3/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

Document Management has existed in many forms for decades now: Documentum, Docsys, Knowledgetree, Alfresco, and others. Most of the solutions have existed at the Enterprise level, and have had limited utility and penetration into smaller markets.

POSTED 6/19/2008 by Jonathan Lambert
We've had a few comments from clients and prospects as we've grown over the last year that they'd like us to be more easily reachable. Well, we've listened.
POSTED 6/12/2007 by Jonathan Lambert
How do you find out what kind of hosting the need for your Drupal based website?
POSTED 6/12/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

Somebody recently asked me whether I thought Drupal was a good platform for a/b Marketing. Since Drupal is such good platform for search engine optimization, many people automatically assume that Drupal is very good for doing marketing campaigns.

POSTED 6/5/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

I don't mean to single anyone out here, but this is an excellent opportunity to single out why it's important to back up your strategies with a good technology plan.