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Tag: MOVABLE TYPE

Acquia: Commercially supported Drupal

When it comes to choosing a content management system (CMS), the open-source Drupal is often a great choice for large or content-rich sites, because it scales well, supports multiple authors and is thoroughly customizable. The downside of all of this power is that for new users especially, the learning curve can be pretty steep. Although Drupal 6 was a huge step forward in overall usability,...

Zemanta: it's like cruise control for blogging

If you love writing, but hate the grunt work of blogging - like inserting relevant links, tags, and images, Zemanta might be for you. It's available as an add-on for Firefox or Internet Explorer, and a plug-in for Wordpress or Movable Type, and it automatically adds some useful stuff to your blog posts in progress on most of the major blogging platforms. It suggests links and applies them to the...

Mashable compares MovableType 4 and WordPress 2.2 so you don't have to

For bloggers both old and new, a choice of blogging tool (or a switch) is a crucial step to make while building the empire. There are of course a boatload of choices, from Drupal, to Blogger and even the lightweight Textpattern, but for the serious blogger that needs every ounce of power and customizability from their platform of choice, WordPress and Movable Type are the reigning kings across the...

Worlds most expensive blog template?

How much would you pay for a blog template? $49.95, $29.95? Or how about free with a little homegrown modification? That's what most of us would opt for. There is a market for pay templates, but we wonder quite seriously if there is a solid market for this one. This $4000 template for Movable Type is designed for an online newspaper, but frankly doesn't look so super special to us. Sure, it's...

Movable Type moving to Open Source

Six Apart, the company behind Movable Type, released Movable Type 4 (MT4) in beta today and announced it will create an open source version of the Movable Type Publishing Platform sometime this summer. Moving to open source will put MT4 in sync with its main competition, Wordpress, which is also open source. Some new features include: Updated user interface with a dashboard overview of all...

SuiteTwo, Intel's Web 2.0 platform

Intel has collaborated with six software companies to build a next generation collaboration software suite for the productivity of businesses. SuiteTwo is the name, and the six well known companies participating are piping in their advanced applications to create one single powerful application. NewsGator is supplying RSS, SimpleFeed, Six Apart's Movable Type has the hold on the blogging...

Vox goes live, open to the public

Vox, the blogging-meets-social-networking site from Movable Type company Six Apart, has finally opened its doors to the public after several months of invite-only beta testing. I've been using Vox for a few months, albeit very lightly, but I must say that that as social networking and blogging sites go, it feels very stable and streamlined. In addition to all the tools you'd expect in a blogging...

Six Apart gets funding, buys SplashBlog

Six Apart, the company that owns popular blogging software Movable Type and web services TypePad and LiveJournal, has been busy lately. According to TechCrunch, they've raised $12 million in VC funding and, more interestingly (to me, at least), acquried SplashBlog. SplashBlog is a service for blogging and photoblogging from mobile phones and PDAs, and it's reasonable to expect Six Apart to...