I'm happy to announce that I'm just about to reach fifty Drupal tips, tutorials, and examples over on my devdaily.com website. Actually, if you do a search for "Drupal" on the devdaily website it shows up in more than eighty different articles, probably because I categorized some of those as "PHP" instead of Drupal. (Note to self: Fix that.)
I'm writing a lot about Drupal these days because I think it's a very important Content Management System (CMS). While Wordpress is an excellent solution for blogs and many small websites, Drupal has the horsepower and framework to be used for much larger websites. Frankly, Drupal is so powerful I don't know what you can't do with it. Some things you can do are:
Drupal today really feels a lot like Linux in the early days, when you realized you were onto something good.