In this episode, Bob will blow away your current perspective on Drupal's core taxonomy pages. By default, they're boring lists of content, but with a little magic and a few template overrides, these can be the coolest pages on your site. Please Note: A few follow up comments below point out that what I show here can be done using the taxonomy term description without creating a content type. That's true, but you're missing my point. By using CCK based nodes, you can add MANY other types of information than just a description. Take what I show here as an example for many things you can do, not as the showing of something specific. (see my "sure just an example" comment below)