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Web Engagement: Text is More Important than Images on the Web

The Web is primarily a text-driven medium and will remain so despite the rise of video.

Is the New Twitter Journalism's New Best Friend?

Is the New Twitter Journalism's New Best Friend?Twitter’s been known for a number of things – namely, making a lot of noise – but the newly revamped platform aims to be something bigger, better, and very specific: The number one source for news. Heads up, journalists.

Six Apart Acquired. Farewell Movable Type?

logo-six-apart-2010.jpg Say hello to SAY Media, Inc. The new company is a combination of media advertising player VideoEgg and Moveable Type's maker, Six Apart. The acquisition and new company formation have just been announced. Company reps assert that the combined media network now reaches more than 345 million unique visitors. Not much was said about the Movable Type web publishing software which launched Six Apart nine years ago this month. Speculation abounds.

Building Dynamic Web Sites and Applications #liferay

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If you listen to some experts, apps are the way of the future. Mobile applications and web applications will rule the world.

At Liferay (news, site) West Coast Symposium, LEVEL Studios' Technology Strategist Chris Stavros shared strategies for building dynamic, successful web sites and applications.

Web CMS: Latest dotCMS Release Empowers Editors, Boosts Content Findability

dotcms Java Web CMSThe latest dotCMS (news, site) Web Content Management (WCM) system release enhances the project's self-proclaimed "super hero" status with version compare red-lining, added language packs, full site search via Lucene and Nutch, and more. Let's have a quick look.

Xerox-backed Trailmeme Offers Social Publishing and Future Collaboration

Trailmeme_logo_2010.jpg One of the interesting releases from this year’s DEMO Fall conference is the Xerox-backed (news, site) Trailmeme, a new form of web publishing that offers users the ability to gather content from the web in a single place, publish it so everyone can see, and in the future will enable others to add to that content.

Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 Beta Has Arrived

Welcome back to the browser wars, Internet Explorer 9 is here! Along with beauty and speed, Microsoft's beta version of the browser -- released today -- promises to set websites free from their chains. 

Publishers, Kick-Start Your iPad Presence with Adrenalin

Publishers, Kick-Start iPad Presence with MediaspectrumLooking to enter the iPad apps market? Good thinkin'. With over 3.3 million devices sold in the last three months, it's hard to refute the ostensible future of reading. To help your transition into the digital world, Mediaspectrum today released Adrenalin, a tool publishers can use to build branded news reader apps that feature the holy trinity: dynamic content, integrated advertising and subscription management.

WoodWing Adds Analytics, Social Media Integration to iPad Digital Magazine Tools

woodwing logo 2009.jpgIn April amidst iPad mania, Woodwing began creating digital magazines for the tablet device. Since then, they’ve released updates designed to help publishers create iPad Apps. This month WoodWing Software released Version 1.5 of its Digital Magazine Tools for iPad.

Ebyline Gives Power to Freelancers and Publishers

ebyline_beta_logo.jpgIt’s hard out there for a freelancer. But that’s what you get for wearing your pajamas to work, right? Yesterday, we would have said yes. Today, we say show me the Ebyline.

The Way We E-Read: Do You Read Fast, Slow, More?

Are e-Readers changing the way we read? According to new research, it seems that it is. A study of 1,200 e-reader owners found that 40% read more than they did with print books.

eZ Systems Splits Web CMS Software into Community, Enterprise Editions

eZ_logo_2009.png Open source web content management vendor eZ Systems (news, site)  has announced that with the release of the v4.4 edition of eZ Publish -- targeted for late this month -- the company will split the software into distinct but highly related Community Project and Enterprise editions. Read on for the details.

Six Apart Kills Vox, Continues to Deny Merger

Six Apart Kills Vox, Continues to Deny Merger There's no easy way to say it: Vox, Six Apart's (news, site) blogging/social network platform, is dead.

In yet another move that screams of the merger Six Apart continues to deny, Vox will be officially kaput on September 30th.

Implications for the Enterprise: Cell Phones and American Adults

Pew_Internet.jpgThis week the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project released a study that probed cell phones and American Adults. What they found showed that texting has permeated generational boundaries. Sure, adults still don’t text as much as kids do, but the numbers are climbing, nonetheless.

Six Apart May Be Brewing a Deal in Japan

Six Apart May Be Brewing a Deal in Japan Six Apart (news, site), the blogging pioneer that hasn't garnered much attention in over a year, started making headlines again last week. Though executives are reportedly denying any goings-on, rumor has it that the company is looking to make a deal in the Japanese market. 

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