Updates to the Drupal Evernote module (play with it now on Github)

Well, the itch to blog rapidly with quick screenshots finally got to me, and I spent the last couple of days re-working the Drupal Evernote module to get it functional with the new Evernote API updates and Oauth.

One failing of the first module was that there were a lot of steps involved to get it set up. In this new version, I've simplified the options quite a bit. Today I started using it in practice on chrisshattuck.com, and it seems to be working pretty smoothly. Before I release it into the wild, though, I'm going to give it a bit to work out any kinks. Man, it's a lot of fun being able to blog straight from Evernote. I've also set up a system to post directly to Facebook and Twitter as well with some simple tagging (I'll talk more about that later).

I went ahead and added it up on Github so folks can goof around with it until I can get a chance to re-grok the Drupal module tagging scheme. Also, right now it's just for Drupal 6 (since that's where my itch is).

Here's a screenshot of the admin page:

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