Where's the Future? Or WTF? Is a blog that serves two goals. One, to create conversation about technology, web, social media and trends that are affecting organisations, government, small business and people today. And two, as a way for me to share my knowledge about the things I have learnt working with and for over 100 communities across Australia.

When it comes to making an impact, connecting and collaborating online we should all be asking, WTF? Or, Where's the Future?

I now have a new blog section called Hits from the Blog it's a shorter, more informal blog - I feel better about having a dedicated space that's a bit looser.

Unless it's one of my awesome memes, all images in the blog are from the excellent Gratisography website.


Drupal led projects could create change - who leads the way?

It must have been so fun in the early days building Drupal from scratch. Imagining how a CMS should look, how it should be used, who should use and what they should build. I’ve seen that bit in the...

Posted on Apr 17, 2017


Hey Not-for-profits - Refusing Drupal scoping time is not being risk adverse

I don't know how other places find it, but in Australia getting not for profit or government organisations to pay for scoping is like pulling hens teeth. The minute you raise it they clam up. I...

Posted on Mar 13, 2017


Working in Drupal is a real job, what's the title?!

Note: Paul Johnson wrote a great blog post, Working in Drupal is a real job, really?! It started a great conversation and we thought it would be cool to encourage blog posts connected to the...

Posted on Mar 10, 2017

More Opinion?!

Ladies, don't neglect your networks and be snazzy

Having an organisation you work for go under is traumatic. Especially if it was one that did great work. As I hear of businesses closing and going into administration frequently, I reflect on my own...

Posted on Mar 5, 2017


Why I'm not seeing a Drupal job in my future

I’m not seeing a Drupal job in my future. At one point recently I was taking that pretty hard. I helped troubleshoot an issue a past colleague had, and as I took them through the steps and the site...

Posted on Feb 27, 2017


Using Drupal for remote, collaborative, sprint builds to develop community & social change

This blog post is part of a series of blogs I’m putting together for my nomination for the Drupal.org board. For this reason it’s more Drupal focused than for a more general audience. I’ve been...

Posted on Feb 26, 2017


Why diversity in technology matters to me – from a community optimist

Web and tech is at this really exciting intersect. About six or so years ago there was still resistance from not for profits in why they needed a web presence in the first place; often a site build...

Posted on Feb 25, 2017


Should you be paid to sit on the Drupal.org board?

This year I decided to self-nominate for the Drupal.org position for Director at Large. I definitely feel a bit crazy and a bit exposed. There are people that have contributed to Drupal for a billion...

Posted on Feb 22, 2017

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed it si the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead


How Not My Debt (#notmydebt) is using collaboration to hold Government to account

Not My Debt (#notmydebt) was not an accidental social media campaign that went viral. It was a deliberate strategy to demonstrate that when you provide the opportunity for people to participate in...

Posted on Jan 22, 2017