Moveable Type News & Analysis
| Wednesday Jun 13, 2012
Six Apart has been a pioneer in social publishing platforms, going back to when the terms "hosted" or "online" were dominant. Now it’s becoming more cloud-ready. Cloud app management provider UShareSoft announced that it has been selected to streamline the delivery of Six Apart’s Moveable Type platform to environments that use multiple clouds and virtualization.
| Friday Feb 25, 2011
Amazon AWS (news, site) can be a tricky beast to track, but the company has announced a service to monitor resources and provisioning.
| Friday Dec 5, 2008
HashMT is a micro-blogging and social media utility built by Jesse Gardner of Plasticmind Design. In a nice turn of events Jesse has just announced plans to open source the previously commercial project. HashMT is strictly geared towards Moveable Type users and is not affiliated with Twitter directly.
| Wednesday Jul 9, 2008
We all know that blogs and blogging are a shockingly effective means of sharing your most ingenious thoughts and building or participating in online communities.
Right. You got that message a while back. But considering that there are a number of options to choose from, the final step of getting going can still seem a touch daunting. We’ve put in a little spadework and here’s a quick guide through the woods for the rest of us.
| Wednesday Dec 19, 2007
There are now three different versions of the Movable Type Publishing Platform: Commercial, Open Source and Personal. And with the newest version of Movable Type in Beta, release v4.1, there’s and interesting change of orientation deep down in the product’s core.