Edit: I was all excited about this awesome new way of doing advanced typography online. Turns out it doesn't work. :-(
This argument keeps coming up: whether to use Panels or Blocks for laying out your content on a Drupal site. Usually there is more than one right way to do things on Drupal, and this is no exception. There are pros and cons, of course, but generally it seems to be more an issue of personal preference.
A little under a week since I started publishing projects on Drupal.org, and my work is starting to get used. So far I've published three projects:
Format Headers, a module that gives extra styling options to titles for blocks and panes
Letter, a simple Zen sub-theme that includes built-in webfont support
Right on the heals of my first Drupal.org submission comes my first module. I've been working with Drupal for 7 years now but never had the need before. There are almost 20,000 community-contributed modules on Drupal.org and I've always been able to make due with "standard" solutions, even if it involved a bit of php code inside a view, webform, or theme template file.
I'm pleased to unveil my new DBA: Koplowicz & Sons. This is the culmination of weeks worth of rebranding work. In the process, I used several new technologies (at least, new to me):