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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.

yolink Brings Better Searching to WordPress

tigerlogic_logo.jpgTigerLogic Corporation makes no bones about the fact that the default search engine within WordPress sucks. yolink Search for WordPress, the company's latest cloud-based plugin, aims to remedy that problem. 

BO.LT Page-Sharing Service: Easy Content Spread or Copyright Threat?

BOLT_logo.jpg After almost a year in private beta, BO.LT, a new page-sharing service, launches today. What’s a page-sharing service? Isn’t that what a hyperlink is for? Can’t we already share everything with those handy sharing buttons that are on almost every website? Calm down. We have answers.

Enterprise TinyMCE -- The WYSIWYG Editor Evolves

It's either a shame or a triumph for the developers (perhaps a bit of both), but many of you take your WYSIWYG content editor tools for granted. For the most part they just work and you go on your merry way.

But under the editor hood there's a lively universe to behold. We find quite a few public domain editor choices on the market, including a number of custom-built tools for specific publishing products. But one of the most widely used editors -- thanks in part to its association with Wordpress, Tumblr, Posterous, Jive and others -- is TinyMCE.

More recently, noted WYSIWYG editor vendor, Ephox, has teamed with Moxiecode to produce the Ephox Enterprise TinyMCE editor product. The latest 3.4 version was announced on March 29th and following this the team will be running a live online review and training session on April 20th (you can sign up here).

The latest version of Enterprise TinyMCE features:

  • YouTube IFRAME support
  • An upgraded Flash player
  • Plugin's for lists and auto-linking
  • Improved handling of malformed input
  • A complete rewrite of the HTML serialization (output) engine
  • Web accessibility enhancements (WAI-ARIA)
  • Enterprise support for tracking changes and accessibility verification
  • Numerous bug fixes and more

Ephox is a provider of commercial licenses and support services for Enterprise TinyMCE, and they want to make sure you know all about the new and improved capabilities it has. So join them on Wednesday April 20th at 8:30am PT / 11:30am ET for an interactive webinar that takes a deep dive into the latest features for developers and content managers alike. Reserve your seat for the interactive webinar.

Nokia Ovi App Wizard Turns Your Website Into a Mobile App

Nokia (news, site) and its Symbian smartphone operating system might be losing market share in the US, but Symbian still holds some considerable market share in Europe and Asia. Nokia has made it easier for content publishers to turn their websites into content-based applications with the Ovi App Wizard.

New Vasont CMS Packs in Project Management, More Modular Data

Vasont ST (news, site) launches this week with new mobile-focused features for the XML-based content management system.

Create Content-Based Apps Using iPad for Free

ibuildapp_logo_2011.jpgProductivity apps for the iPad are pouring in, and here comes one from iBuildApp that offers a direct route to self-publishing.

Google Announces 5 New Ways to Experience Blogger

Everyone's favorite Internet giant is mixing things up over on Blogger. Starting today,  visitors to Blogger-hosted sites will find five new viewing options if they type “/view” at the end of the URL. Make no mistake -- these views aren't aren't simple skin changes. The differences are quite dramatic, and aim to change the way content is consumed altogether. 

A Week in Google: A New Magazine, Chrome Voice to Text & Lady Gaga

This week our Google lives saw the announcement of a new digital magazine, Chrome 11 perks and the power of Lady Gaga. 

Open Source Video CMS Platform MediaCore Redesigned, Nearing 1.0

mediacore_logo_2010.jpgAs MediaCore (news, site) nears full release, the system has had a hefty refresh and added new features to round out the offering.

DrupalCon Chicago Wrap Up: Time for A Drupal App Store? #drupalcon

Acquia By the end of DrupalCon Chicago 2011, one concept had managed to weave its way throughout the three days of talks and presentations, hinting at where Drupal (news, site) is heading as both a community, and a project. Here's the synthesis, as I interpreted it.

Print Publishers Restrict Access to Digital Books

As we wrap up Read an E-book Week, e-books continue to make headlines. As it turns out, while technology has made it possible to read many books from one device, publishers and other traditional venues of book distribution have yet to catch up.

Buzzr Officially Launches Drupal SaaS Offering #drupalcon

AcquiaAnnouncements are often timed for the beginning of conferences, and Drupalcon Chicago 2011 is no exception. In addition to the official launch of Acquia's Drupal SaaS offering, Drupal Gardens, Buzzr (news, site) has also announced that their SaaS Web CMS -- a Drupal derivative -- has officially exited from beta into full production release. Let's take a look.

Acquia Releases Drupal Gardens From Beta, Announces New Dev Cloud

acquiaLogo.jpg Acquia (news, site), the commercial open source company offering Drupal Web CMS (news, site) support, products and services, has been busy solidifying its position as the first option everyone thinks of any time the words "cloud" and "Drupal" are used together.

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