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Amazon Sells More E-Books Than Print, But Wait

amazon_store_logo_2011.jpgAmazon (news, site) has trumpeted the fact that, less than four years after introducing Kindle books, its customers are now purchasing more Kindle books than all print books -- hardcover and paperback -- combined. However, it's important not to take this announcement at face value.

Consumed by the News: How Users Find, Interact with News Online

What do users do with news content? And how do they get their news? These are questions that a recent in-depth study by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism sought to answer. The study examined the top 25 news websites in popularity in the United States, and what they found may help us restructure the way we publish news.

WordPress for iOS 2.8 Adds Quick Photos & Analytics

wordpress_logo_2011.jpg Automattic (news, site) has spruced up its WordPress iOS app. Version 2.8 fixes 31 different bugs -- including those that led to 3/4 of all app crashes -- and adds a photo button that allows users to shoot and blog, as well as a stats feature.

IKS Workshop Offers Practical Semantic Technology Training

iks_logosmall.jpgInteractive Knowledge Stack (IKS), the open source endeavor to increase speed of adoption for semantic web technologies, is planning its largest workshop to date. Over 100 participants are expected in Paris July 5-6 for the free event.

WordPress 3.2 Beta Available for Download, Drops IE 6

wordpress_logo_20112.jpg The WordPress (news, site) team showed signs of life last week with the release of 3.2 beta. The tester version of the popular blogging platform revealed a new theme, a UI facelift, and the nixing of Internet Explorer 6 support. 

OmniUpdate 9.8 Adds More Hooks to Facebook

omniupdate-logo-2011.jpg If it were not for Facebook and Twitter, would non-startup web content management vendors even put out new versions of their platforms? Suffers Long Maintenance, Upgrade on the Way? (news, site) was supposed to be down for an hour of planned maintenance on Wednesday, but the outage lasted far into Thursday, heralding a major update.

Adobe Introduces CSS Regions: Magazine Layouts for the Web

adobe_logo_2009.jpgAdobe (news, site) aims to bring some glossy magazine style to the Web with a prototype CSS extension that can add new features to your web pages.

DAM Lowdown: SDL Buys Into DAM Game, a New Developer Network is Launched, Quick Hits

After a far too brief holiday, the DAM Lowdown returns with: SDL's acquisition of Calamares, FocusOPEN launches a developer network, Createasphere hosts an open source DAM seminar, NorthPlains extends TeleScope via partnership and Quick Hits.

An In-Depth Interview with Dries Buytaert, Drupal Founder

The Drupal (news, site) open source web content management system is developed by thousands and used by millions of people around the world, powering a diverse range of websites. In this interview, I visit with Drupal's creator, Dries Buytaert, who explains how Drupal evolved over the past ten years, out of a simple message board written in a college dormitory in Belgium. He discusses how his company, Acquia (news, site), has impacted his ability to focus on Drupal, weighs in on some of the new features in Drupal 7 and looks toward the next decade of progress.

Woodwing Looks Heavenward for Mobile Solutions

woodwing logo 2009.jpgBecause Woodwing Software (news, site) is known for "innovative cross-media publishing solutions," it only makes sense that it also creates innovative cross-platform solutions. But in this instance, going cross-platform requires a little help from a friend.

MadeToCompare PDF Creator Now Works with Adobe Creative Suite 5, WoodWing7

axaio_logo_2011.jpgAxaio (news, site) has beefed up its MadeToCompare PDF creation, change and version management tools to play happily alongside Adobe's Creative Suite 5 and Woodwing's cross-media publishing systems.

Adobe 5.5 Launches; Brings New Features, Mobile Focus

Adobe's (news, site) latest monster design, creation and publishing package packs in plenty for the mobile and digital publishing set.

Limelight Networks Acquires Clickability for $10 Million

clickability_logo_2010.jpgToday the news dropped that San Francisco-based SaaS Web content management vendor, Clickability, which had previous raised more than US$ 15 million in backing, was purchased by Limelight Networks for US$ 10 million. Ouch. 

Woodwing Offers Upgrades to Reader App, Content Delivery Service

woodwing logo 2009.jpgNow that the iPad has become a respected media channel through which publishers design and publish online magazines, there’s more pressure for content systems to keep up with emerging technologies that influence how users interact and engage. WoodWing Software, known for its multi-platform tablet publishing platform, has announced a number of major new features for its reader apps for iOS and Android, as well as for its Content Delivery Service.

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