If you're one of the 2.4 million users of boston.com, you've likely noticed some major changes in site navigation. But just as important are the alterations you can't see. Along with a design overhaul, The Boston Globe's online home inaugurated a new open-source content management system. <Snip> Between dealing with the feeds from the Globe and all of our partners, this solution allowed us to do the most customization, which is what we needed. Though open source, Zope4Media came out of the box with a software framework, an information repository, and a user-interface toolkit. We were able to hit the ground running and built a content management solution that fit our business needs rather than revamping our business to fit into a vendor's product solution. Read the full article. Read about Zope4Media.