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  • Blog Or Die: The Health Hazards of Pro Blogging

    Imagine that you work at a job where you are at risk for weight gain because you spend so much time sitting down, you get eye strain from staring at the computer for so long, you are expected to produce work on a regular basis, and you are at risk

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  • Blogging with SharePoint's Enhanced Blog Edition

    Whether you have MOSS 2007 or WSS3.0, you have the ability to create a blog site for your company intranet, department, internet and so on. But the blogging site and capabilities that come out of the box with either version of SharePoint is less than stellar.

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  • More Than Blogging: 48 Ways to Use WordPress

    What better a way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon than to create a list of ways to use a piece of software -- 48 ways to be exact. The author, Raj Dash. The software, the famously popular WordPress -- more than a Blogging platform according to Dash.

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  • Movable Type Gains Native Forums on the Cheap

    Movable Type, on it's trek towards full fledged CMS'ness, just got a little closer. Today saw Mark Carey's announcement of MT Forum -- a MT add-on module which delivers fully functional forums that are loosely based on the behavior of the popular phpBB system.

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  • Movable Type Advances Open Social Web with Action Streams

    The gang at Six Apart has just announced a new extension for their Movable Type 4.1 Commercial and Open Source publishing platforms. It's called the the Action Streams Plugin and by tying together data from all manner of social networking providers it moves you one step closer to the open social web dream.

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  • Movable Type Open Source 4.1 Stable is Out There

    It's official, Moveable Type Open Source (MTOS) 4.1 Stable has been released to the market. We've been keeping you up to date about MTOS since we heard about it in August. In December we gave you an overview of the new open source version. It was just last week

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  • Profy's Alpha Launch Appeals to Bloggers' Needs

    Blogging has certainly held its own as a popular social media platform, so it's no surprise that new blogging sites are popping up left and right. Add Profy to the list. Well into the second week of its alpha launch, Profy's integrated solution supports a full range of advanced AJAX blogging applications. Profy aims to provide "single, comprehensive seamless access and

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  • On The Move: Movable Type 4.1 RC1 Released

    It's official. Movable Type v4.1 has taken another definitive step toward production. This means the real deal is not far away. There are a few changes from the beta release, but for the most part -- she's looking fit.We've covered the Movable Type arena quite extensively. And who

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  • Who Owns Your Data on the Web?

    Okay, so you've heard the news right? A-List blogger Robert Scoble gets kicked out of Facebook for running a new Plaxo beta script that scrapes his “Friends” (name and email address) from Facebook and inserts them into Plaxo, only to later be let back in.

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  • Girls Find Their Groove Online

    As a woman working in the field of e-communications and technology, I am always giddy when surveys highlight the growing presence of women on the Web. Back in July, we learned how women are contributing to and advancing the collaborative Web. And we're always spreading the word about geeky girl stuff.

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  • Movable Type 4.1 Goes Beyond Blogging

    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.With the recent release of the Movable Type Open Source incarnation, it's probably

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  • OpenID Gains Ground, Goes Live on Blogger.com

    In the final days of 2007, many a to-do list is being checked off. With all the last minute, "revolutionary" social web updates, you'd think Santa's elves were part of the operation. Case in point: OpenID, a universal signature mechanism that eliminates the need for multiple site logins, has been

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  • Movable Type Goes Open Source; Released Today

    Hello. Open source blogging fanatics, it's your day. Coming full-circle-ish -- and probably well timed for the Le Web 3 event in Paris -- Six Apart has just released an open source version of Movable Type. It's called Movable Type Open Source, MTOS for short, and it is just

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  • TagManage Means Easy Intranet Blogging

    Today marks the release of TagManage 2007, an SMB (small and mid-sized business) app for social bookmarking and blogging. TagManage was created by samuelbressi productions (yes, all lowercase). Clients can install TagManage onto their intranets and enable employees to bookmark frequently-visited sites and publish blog entries.

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