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Web Managers Roundtable CMS Event

Another excellent event by Julie Perlmutter's Web Manager's Roundtable.  Here are the event details; video is below:

CMS authority Tony Byrne, President of the Real Story Group (formerly CMS Watch), will lead an analysis of Open Source CMS and its impact on the broader Web CMS marketplace. Rob Klause, former Web Manager at WhiteHouse.gov and current Senior Practice Manager at Siteworx will discuss the lessons he learned during WhiteHouse.gov's recent adoption of the Drupal open source system.

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Another excellent event by Julie Perlmutter's Web Manager's Roundtable.  Here are the event details; video is below: CMS authority Tony Byrne, President of the Real Story Group (formerly CMS Watch), will lead an analysis of Open Source CMS and its impact on the broader Web CMS marketplace. Rob Klause, former Web Manager at WhiteHouse.gov and current Senior Practice Manager at Siteworx will discuss the lessons he learned during WhiteHouse.gov's recent adoption of the Drupal open source system. This video is ~1.5 hours long and may take 30 seconds to load

Phoenix Pop Ups: Truly custom, but questionable worksmanship

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Phoenix campers wasn’t originally on our list of places to visit, but someone on Expedition Portal mentioned that they were also in the Denver area, so we added them to the list.

The reality was that although the owners were very nice and accommodating, it’s just not in the same league as Hallmark based on what I observed. (I’d put Outfitter a few very solid notches above Phoenix, but still far below Hallmark). However, one reason you may want to choose Phoenix is for their uber-customization. They’ll build to any type of vehicle in ways that other manufacturers won’t, and that’s a plus.

When we visited, the only camper available for us to see was a personal unit the owners were making for a Ford Bronco. A horse trailer they were adding some living quarters to was also available, but I didn’t see any actual customer campers being built. So the opinions here are limited just to what I saw in-progress at their shop.

The craftsmanship will probably be evident in the video below (you can find a full gallery of pictures here), but this photo of the stitching on the outside of the camper they were building sums up our entire experience well:

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