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  • Web Publishing Roll-Up: Good Things Come Online

    Chances are if you didn't know anything about Web publishing a few months ago, you do now. News about the industry is hard to escape, and its growing popularity will continue as long as the economy spirals downward.

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  • TypePad Adds New Community Features to Blog

    With the move to a new infrastructure finally nearing completion, TypePad is starting release more new features designed to take your blog's community to the greater social web. Three new features recently implemented include profiles, enhanced commenting and TypePad Connect.

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  • Novell Continues Collaboration, Messaging Battle

    Groupwise 8 is now available via Novell. The release aims to boosts personal productivity with a customizable dashboard that allows users to interact with traditional and Web 2.0. tools, from e-mail to blogs.

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  • Six Apart Hit by Downturn, Lays Off 8% of Staff

    Six Apart, the producer of blogging platform Movable Type, has announced layoffs of up to 8% of its full time staff. The company behind other popular products and services such as MT Pro, Vox and TypePad is a force in the blogging world. Movable Type is a very

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  • WordPress Continues to Innovate With 2.7 Beta 2

    The popular micro CMS and blogging engine WordPress is getting ever closer to releasing version 2.7 of their platform. With the final version likely coming later in the month, version 2.7 beta 2 was recently released. A welcome and much-needed new feature in WordPress 2.7 is support for threaded comments

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  • Web Publishing Roll-Up: Downsize, Merge, Spell Correctly

    Though the changing US political landscape has instilled hope among the masses, there's little to go around in the print industry as of late. Lots of lay-offs are impending and merges between print and digital media are inevitable. Downsizing the Publishing Industry * Time Inc., the biggest magazine publisher

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  • Web Publishing Roll-Up: More Traffic, More Blogs

    This week in the Web publishing industry has been a little bit of everything: from blogs to online content, from social media to online visitors. We have also learned that 95 of the top 100 newspapers have blogs.

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  • Change is Rattling Through Web Publishing World

    O, the wonderful world of Web publishing. There's never a dull moment, that's for sure. This week has abounded with all kinds of news about acquisitions, applications and product launches -- after awhile, it all seems to blend together.

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  • Automattic Asks: Who's Your PollDaddy Now?

    The company behind the WordPress blogging platform has just announced their acquisition of PollDaddy. That's right, Automattic and the Web-based polling and survey company are now intertwined. Based out of Sligo, Ireland, PollDaddy offers free polls with the option to run more detailed and advanced surveys at an annual rate.

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  • Is the Blogosphere Shrinking?

    In the past, we've highlighted the growing popularity of blogging. But, as it turns out, there's a big difference between reading and writing. Recently, Technorati released its 5th annual State of the Blogosphere report.

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  • Technorati Goes Shopping and Buys Blogcritics.org

    Technorati, the blog search engine that showcases content from online newspapers and many other places announced that it has acquired Blogcritics.org. With Technorati's ability to track the links between blogs, rapidly index tens of thousands of updates every hour, and monitor live communities and the conversations they foster,

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  • Women Get Online and Advertisers Follow

    Where women go, advertising follows. The web is no exception. As we've mentioned before, women appear to outnumber men online, with many writing, reading or otherwise contributing to blogs. And advertisers are finally getting hip to their jive. ComScore results, as highlighted in a recent New York Times article, indicated

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  • Should Newspapers Eliminate User Comments?

    User comments seem to be a hot topic as of late. Much of it related to why newspapers should either eliminate or enhance them. In a recent article on Gawker.com, it was strongly suggested that comments should be rid of altogether, citing that "newspapers have more important things to do

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  • Reach Out and BlogHer!

    If you were unable to attend BlogHer's conference in San Francisco last week, never fear. BlogHer, the community for women who blog, have announced that they are taking the show on the road in a spectacle called the Reach Out Tour 2008. They will be condensing their annual event

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