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Tesla Motors using Drupal

Tesla Moters is using Drupal for their website: http://www.teslamotors.com. Really beautiful design.

Tesla went public last year; it is the first American automaker to go public since Ford Motor's IPO more than 50 years ago.

Last month, Acquia employees (including myself) got to ride a Tesla Roadster Sport. It is a 100% electric sports car that boasts 288 horse power. The car goes from 0 to 60 mph (100 km/h) in 3.7 seconds. Not bad for a battery-powered car.

Impressive car, impressive company and impressive website. :)

Wanted: more Drupal talent in Melbourne -- and elsewhere in the world

As some of you may know from my recent tweets and blog posts, I'm currently on a tour down under in Australia. After attending Drupal Downunder in Brisbane, I spent two days in Melbourne. Although my schedule was packed, I was able to meet with several Acquia partners based in Melbourne.

Acquia product strategy and vision

In my Acquia 2010 retrospective, I promised to write a bit more about Acquia's product strategy. This blog post provides a high level view of the vision that we've been working towards for the last 3 years, and explains how Acquia can help simplify your web strategy.

Hanging with my Aussie Drupal friends: let's meet up

To celebrate Drupal's tenth anniversary and the release of Drupal 7, I have decided to go on a Drupal tour, to celebrate, educate and spread the word on all things Drupal. I'm kicking-off my Drupal tour with a trip to Australia.

Acquia and Tesla Accelerating at Top Speeds

Last Friday January 14th Acquia employees got the ride of a lifetime! That’s right we all had the privilege of test-driving the Tesla Roadster Sport, the 100% electric sports car. This beast boasts 288-horse power and smoothly accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds.

10 Websites to Watch in 2011

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Sunday, September 21, 2014
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Mashable

There are more than a trillion URLs in Google’s index. Yes, that’s a one with twelve zeros after it. And Google crossed that milestone two and a half years ago. With so many sites on the web in 2011, how do you know which to pay attention to?

Still need a job? Learned Drupal yet?

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Sunday, September 21, 2014
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cnet News

A year ago, I wrote about how those looking for work should consider learning Drupal, an open-source Web content management system. According to the project team, Drupal now powers 1 percent of all of the Web sites in the world.

6 Web Pioneers on What the Internet of the Future Will Look Like

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Sunday, September 21, 2014
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Mashable

Throughout 2010, I made a habit of wrapping up interviews with what I am sure was perceived as a cruelly broad question: “What do you think the future Internet will look like?”

The responses I received varied a great deal, but usually began with something along the lines of “Wow. That’s a big question.”

House websites go to Drupal

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Sunday, September 21, 2014
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Federal Computer Week

The House is moving its 520 websites to the Drupal open-source platform and the 93 freshmen members will get the new platform first.

Ten Companies to Watch in 2011

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Sunday, September 21, 2014
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Venture Fizz

Admit it... you still have the mental energy for just one more list of prediction about 2011, right? Well, we have saved the best for last.

Announcing our inaugural list of (drum roll please...) 10 Companies to Watch in 2011!

This is not an exhaustive list as there are a number of exciting companies in the Boston area, but here are ten companies that definitely have our attention.

We know you have an opinion or your own picks, so comments are welcome below!

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