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  • Movable Type 4 Leaps Beyond Blogging Horizons

    Today marks the beta release for Movable Type 4. Excited? No joke. This news merits uncharacteristic pomp and circumstance because Movable Type is the blog platform of choice for a number of enterprises, and because v4.0 also marks said platform's departure from the exclusive world of blogging.

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  • Movable Type Community Pack is Six Apart from 2.0

    Perhaps because everybody's jumping into the Web 2.0 CMS game, longtime arena contender Six Apart separates itself from (or some say joins) the throng with the Movable Type Community Pack (CP). The Pack takes mere blogs and turns them into community participation supernovas.

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  • Vox Wins Best Web 2.0 Innovation

    Six Apart, the parent company for popular enterprise and casual blogging services like LiveJournal, Vox, TypePad, and Movable Type, recently accepted a Shiny Media award for Best Web 2.0 innovation.Vox is a hosted blogging service that enables users to share moments with friends and family at no

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  • Blogging: Movable Type Realizes its Very Own Fastness

    Jan 16 saw the release of Movable Type 3.34, a semi-distant point release which promises to fix some concerning XSS vulnerabilities and more notably delivers accessible scalability derived from the leveraging of FastCGI.

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  • Blogging the Enterprise with Six Apart

    Announced without a lot of fanfare yesterday was Six Apart's latest version of their enterprise blogging platform. Movable Type Enterprise (MTE), a souped-up version of 6A's commercial blogging platform, has just turned one-point-five. Still, some say MTE is just glossy packaging, the "E" word, and an inflated price tag.

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  • SixApart Does Business Blogging

    Today the maker of the ever famous blogging software MovableType has annouced a Business Blogging initiative with solutions for a number of organization types and industries. The foundation: either their Movable Type or their hosted TypePad software. Learn more.

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  • Happy Birthday Movable Type

    If I've got my sums right, Movable Type 1.0 was release 4 years ago tomorrow. Hey we don't scribble on Saturdays (most of the time), so this is going out today.

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  • Movable Type Ported to PHP

    Perl is great, but then only when someone else is programming it. During today's investigation with the new MT 3.1 code tree and with great pleasure, I delved into the "mt/php" directory. Dynamic Pages are a feature of MT 3.1. They are implemented with PHP.

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  • Movable Type 3.0 Review

    An enterprising young Neil Turner of York, United Kingdom has posted a review of the recently released Movable Type 3.0 Developers Edition. Neil steers far clear of the recent outcry (whining) about MT's new licensing model (What? Pay for software?).

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  • Is MovableType a Web CMS?

    The question that was posed to me recently was: "Can I use Movable Type as a Web CMS solution?" My answer: "Yes, but...". Movable Type is the prolific blogging tool produced by Ben and Mena Trott, the dynamic duo running Silicon Valley's SixApart. Its also the technology behind this and

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