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Tutorial: blog archives with individual nodes listed in Drupal 7

Introduction
This is the first tutorial I have posted on this blog. It's only a short one, because most of the material is hosted elsewhere.

Why do we need another blog archive?
The blog archive blog has become a staple of blogging websites. It lists content in a summarised way, usually by Year + Month, and as far as I know it was pioneered and popularised by platforms such as Blogspot and Wordpress.


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Melior Enterprises to be part of Entrepreneur First 2013

We are delighted to announce that as of September 2013, Melior Enterprises will be part of the prestigious Entrepreneur First accelerator programme. The scheme, which aims to find and support exceptional high-growth startups, accepted us onto the programme after a challenging applications process, which saw our team go head-to-head with some of the UK's brightest young entrepreneurs. We are delighted to be part of the 6 month process, and we are very excited about collaborating with some incredible people on innovative, challenging tech projects.


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Chris Jamieson raises £1000 for charity running Seville marathon

Chris Jamieson, our head of development, ran the Seville marathon on 19th February and raised over £1,000 for Cancer Research UK. It was his first marathon and he completed it with a time of 4:35:46, placing him 18th in his category.


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Arganic nominated for Great Exhibition 2012

Arganic, one of the exciting new companies we built a site for, has been nominated as a "Great" in The Great Exhibition 2012. Here's a little snippet from Arganic founder Dana Elemara, from her post on The Platform:


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Two New Videos from Bilderberg Group

Bilderberg Group, a very cool urban music duo from London and one of the artists we've collaborated with on our upcoming project Upbeat Learning, have released two smash new videos over the past month:


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New Live Site - Bar Society

We're pleased to announce that the new website of the Bar Society of King's College London has now gone live! The society wanted a site to connect with their members through news updates and promote (and sell tickets for) events, as well as selling society membership online. They also wanted to present a large amount of static information related to careers and the legal profession in general.


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