@pwthornton Neither. Both are built on the premise that monolithic apps with a limited API work. Modern approaches provide a lightweight MVC framework that enables anything. Any complex use will require more than WP/Drupal can provide.
It’s unbelievable how corrupted our laws are by business. http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/02/germans-cant-see-meteorite-youtube-videos-due-to-copyright-dispute/ I have to wonder: what are examples of businesses lobbying for _good_ laws?
@themagazine just canceled my subscription and wanted to let you know why: The app is wonderful, but the of the last six issues each had 0 or 1 interesting article for me. I find the anecdotal, soliloquy-esque, writing style to be too “fluffy” FYI and FWIW
US Congressmen publicly justifies every vote http://cl.ly/MqDz This should be a requirement of all voting public officials. But the more important next step is having them ask for info and opinions before a vote.
“…the self-proclaimed adversarial press corps conceals these facts at the behest of the US government, based on patently absurd claims that reporting them will harm US national security.” http://cl.ly/Mkif
“U.S. President Barack Obama, who once denounced George W. Bush-era security measures, has not just amplified Bush’s programs, but has begun hunting down and prosecuting officials who leak details.” http://cl.ly/MjJN