Watching the grass grow (Drupal developer needed)

OK, I’ve seen everything now. Alex Komarnitsky has a web site where you can watch the grass grow.┬áHis grass. Is there anything that you can’t do on the Internet?

Well, some of you are Drupal developers. I have a friend who needs some development done. He’s looking for a Drupal developer for a short-term project. Are you one? Leave a note here and a way to be contacted. Thanks.

Comments

  1. I must admit, the video was a little more exciting than the actual images that he provided, but quite honestly, the whole grass growing thing was lost on me. Inside I suspected that there might be something really funky that would come out of it, “The naked chicks”?? When I saw the incredible hulk appear on the sidewalk I thought it might evolve to something a little more sensational or possibly perverse but he was gone in the next image. Anyone with lawn that bad must have had an infestation of grubs.

  2. I must admit, the video was a little more exciting than the actual images that he provided, but quite honestly, the whole grass growing thing was lost on me. Inside I suspected that there might be something really funky that would come out of it, “The naked chicks”?? When I saw the incredible hulk appear on the sidewalk I thought it might evolve to something a little more sensational or possibly perverse but he was gone in the next image. Anyone with lawn that bad must have had an infestation of grubs.

  3. Just got home and happened to get a notification that a lot of people were checking out the “watching grass grow webcam” – unfortunately, it’s dark outside (duhhhh!) … so not near as exciting (!) as it is during the day – check back in about 8 hours … ;-)

    P.S. rockwatching: no grubs, but since it has been a hot/day Spring/Summer so far here in Colorado, the lawn does have a few patchy spots.

  4. Just got home and happened to get a notification that a lot of people were checking out the “watching grass grow webcam” – unfortunately, it’s dark outside (duhhhh!) … so not near as exciting (!) as it is during the day – check back in about 8 hours … ;-)

    P.S. rockwatching: no grubs, but since it has been a hot/day Spring/Summer so far here in Colorado, the lawn does have a few patchy spots.

  5. I feel sorry for people that sit there and watch grass grow. Wouldn’t be so bad in real life but through the internet, and someone elses grass?? Haha.

  6. I feel sorry for people that sit there and watch grass grow. Wouldn’t be so bad in real life but through the internet, and someone elses grass?? Haha.

  7. Hey Robert,

    Long time, no talk. We’ve deployed something like 15 or so drupal sites as well as custom module development (I’ve got a real cool module in development that gives a lot more theming capability to user blogs in Drupal, hopefully getting it closer to on par with multi-user systems like Movable Type). Anyways, feel free to send anyone to me, we can certainly help. Contact information is on my site. Best of luck in the new job, I just moved recently too, so far it’s been a great experience.

    Clint

  8. Hey Robert,

    Long time, no talk. We’ve deployed something like 15 or so drupal sites as well as custom module development (I’ve got a real cool module in development that gives a lot more theming capability to user blogs in Drupal, hopefully getting it closer to on par with multi-user systems like Movable Type). Anyways, feel free to send anyone to me, we can certainly help. Contact information is on my site. Best of luck in the new job, I just moved recently too, so far it’s been a great experience.

    Clint