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    Disrupting Authoring: The Oldest Trick in the Web CMS Book

    When an industry has been around for decades, it naturally goes through waves of change.  As content management grew from a way to manage static sites to the backbone of the whole enterprise experience, it’s evolved with market needs.

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    A Trip Down WCM Memory Lane

    No one has written a definitive history of web content and experience management (WCM), but they should, as it would offer some interesting lessons still relevant today. Ian Truscott's excellent "Happy 21st Birthday Web CMS " got me thinking about my own time in the field.

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    Web Content Management Comes of Age

    This year marks the 21st birthday of Web Content Management (WCM). In the US, 21 represents the legal drinking age.  Personally, I cannot believe WCM is old enough to be granted that privilege, but every adult who witnesses a birth has the same feeling about every coming-of-age.

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    With Content Delivery, What Goes Around Comes Around

    I got my start on server-side web development in the mid-‘90s.  I got my first computer in 1995, gradually taught myself web development, and by 1999 was working as a developer in a corporate IT shop. Law school was but a fond memory.

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    Happy 21st Birthday Web CMS

    2017 is being proclaimed “the year of” for a number of digital marketing practices, but something I think worth celebrating here on CMSWire is that, by my reckoning, 2017 is the year the Web Content Management industry comes of age — and I wanted to kick off the celebrations.

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