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  • Quoting IT: Why we need personal blogs

    Quoting IT: Why we need personal blogs

    "The irony of running a successful website is that as the site becomes more popular you're compelled and obligated to give the reader and the advertisers what they want. While always grateful for all that I have achieved and have been given, I have found that success also can box someone into a space that is often not big enough."

    - Bryan Ruby, Breaking Out of the Box,, February 6, 2013.

    By CMS Report
    Posted: February 08, 2014
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  • WordPress 3.4: Features and Video

    WordPress 3.4: Features and Video

    Today, Matt Mullenweg announced the availability of WordPress 3.4. WordPress includes significant improvements to the blogging application's theme theme customization, custom headers, Twitter embeds, and image captions.

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 13, 2012
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  • WordCampTV: Lucy Beer on Treat Your Blog Like A Business

    I'm posting this video for the most obvious reason. Anyone with the last name of Beer deserves an opportunity to be highlighted on my blog. All kidding aside, we need more people like Lucy Beer in the world reminding us blogging is a business and you can't move your blog forward with a strategy. The only thing I would have changed in her talk is to focus less on advertisement and more on content.Source: WordPress.TV

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: February 23, 2012
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  • Book on Drupal intranet solutions and Open Atrium.

    Packt is pleased to announce Drupal Intranets With Open Atrium, a new book which introduces readers the power of Open Atrium using practical examples of an Open Atrium Intranet. Written by Tracy Smith, this book provides precise steps to set up a web server on a Windows or Macintosh computer and install Drupal with the Open Atrium distribution.

    By ananjan
    Posted: January 18, 2011
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  • Testing popular CMS and blogging systems

    For a long time I’ve been really interested in performance aspects of content management systems and smarter blogging systems. This is the reason for my decision to test some of the popular systems on a workbench and to get some technical information about these systems. The test was quite simple. I installed the packages on my sandbox server and added a function (cip-bench()) to the installation. Then I ran the index page with the default template and configuration. The data I got from the…

    By ABresk
    Posted: October 18, 2010
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  • The release of WordPress 3.0

    In case you haven't heard, WordPress 3.0 was released last week. This is probably the first time I've been behind in blogging about the official release of a new major version of WordPress. However, since I told you all about WordPress 3.0 coming soon a couple weeks ago, I felt there wasn't a need to rush and tell you to go get WordPress 3.0 and try out all it's new features including taxonomy and multiuser integration. Instead, I spent this past week seeing how others reacted to WordPress…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 22, 2010
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  • Movable Type 5 features social publishing

    Movable Type 5 features social publishing

    Six Apart announced the release of Movable Type 5 this week. Traditionally a blogging application, Movable Type 5 brings new features into the Web application that evolves it into a more rounded social publishing system.
    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: January 06, 2010
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  • "Snappy" Movable Type 4.3 is Available

    This week, Matt Jacobs announced the availability of Movable Type 4.3. Jacobs calls Movable Type 4.3 "snappy" and states that this release "makes composing, publishing, and searching in Movable Type easier than ever". Version 4.3 of this social publishing platform includes the following new features and improvements: Smarter Search and Pagination - Several new ways to drill down your search (author, category and date), which lays the groundwork for the ability to paginate your index and…

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: July 31, 2009
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  • Introducing Wordpress 2.8 Video

    From Wordpress.TV:

    By Bryan Ruby
    Posted: June 16, 2009
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  • Frontier: Web Site Development And CMS

    Never before in the history of human communication has it been so low a barrier and possible for writers and publishers to get their ideas out into the world. Technical barriers for stepping out into the Web world on your own require acquiring the know-how (or hiring and working with someone who has the knowledge) to handle some coding language and technical issues such as site hosting, as well as writing, editing and publishing. For those who relish a challenge and are self-motivated learners,…

    By Anusonia
    Posted: May 06, 2009
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