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A Closer Look At Chorus, The Next-Generation Publishing Platform That Runs Vox Media

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The modern online newsroom is a 24/7 operation. It needs power tools to work efficiently, like modern carpenters need electric drills to build houses. The problem is that most content management systems, including web-native ones like WordPress, Tumblr, etc, are intended for smaller organizations or slower-paced writing. Which is why I’m so...
A Closer Look At Chorus, The Next-Generation Publishing Platform That Runs Vox Media

Next, Salesforce Aims to Obsolete the CMS with Site.com Launch

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Here's the proposition: If your business fronts a marketing Web site, perhaps with a digital storefront and probably with additional content on Facebook, Salesforce.com is now offering a service - not a software package, but a cloud-based system - for you to compose the entire site, including layout template and...
Next, Salesforce Aims to Obsolete the CMS with Site.com Launch

What Data Gravity Means to Your Data

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If you've wondered why so many companies are eager to control data storage, the answer can be summed up in a simple term: data gravity. Ultimately, where data is determines where the money is. Services and applications are nothing without it. Data gravity is a term coined in a...
What Data Gravity Means to Your Data

WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg: social and mobile is the “fourth phase of our evolution”

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The founding developer of the popular blogging software WordPress, Matt Mullenweg, shared some of his thoughts about what’s next for the platform today. WordPress is completely open source, but Mullenweg founded the company behind the business arm of the product, Automattic. At the paidContent event today, Mullenweg shared that a...
WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg: social and mobile is the “fourth phase of our evolution”

This self-hosted newsletter app is 100x cheaper than MailChimp and Campaign Monitor

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For the technically savvy, using your own server or tapping Amazon’s super cheap Simple Email Service (SES) is obvious when it comes to mailing lists, but for everyone else who’s knowledge-base lies somewhere between expert and novice, diving head-first into those options is just too much. Here’s what the majority is left...
This self-hosted newsletter app is 100x cheaper than MailChimp and Campaign Monitor

School system allocates $10 million to put iPads in classrooms

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Between the $100 price drop of the iPad 2 and the CMS school system’s new $10 million iPad grant, could nationwide adoption of iPads in the classroom soon become a reality?...
School system allocates $10 million to put iPads in classrooms
The Daily doubles down on app development with Angry Birds Space guide for Android

Using WordPress? Track which social networks your visitors are logged into

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With close to 72 million WordPress installs around the world, chances are you’re using the platform in one form or another. Be it a customized mini-site or landing page, your main CMS, e-commerce platform, etc. you or someone you know is using WordPress. Now as any good marketer will tell...
Using WordPress? Track which social networks your visitors are logged into

Goodise, on pace to power $10M in sales this year, rolls out premium features for online merchants

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Goodsie is a drop dead simple service for setting up a stlylish e-commerce site. Since it launched, says founder and CEO Jonathan Marcus, the service has signed up 1200 sellers, each paying $15 a month, and is growing at 20 percent each month. Today it introduced a suite of premium...
Goodise, on pace to power $10M in sales this year, rolls out premium features for online merchants
Pantheon nabs $5M from Foundry, others for smarter Drupal site development

WP Engine Gunning for the WordPress Market by Targeting Developers

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When I was in Austin earlier this year, there was one company people kept pushing me to meet with: WP Engine. The company provides a one-stop shop for all WordPress hosting needs, with the goal of simplifying the lives of WordPress developers and users. Today, the company is taking a...
WP Engine Gunning for the WordPress Market by Targeting Developers
Salesforce’s new Site.com is content management for dummies

Here's The Secret Tech Behind 'Escape From Planet Earth'

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When you take your kids to see the movie Escape from Planet Earth think about this: The people that made this movie invented a whole new way to do cloud computing. For lack of a better name, we'll call it a "private shared cloud," and it offers a lesson that...
Here's The Secret Tech Behind 'Escape From Planet Earth'

Filepicker.io lets devs skip the hassles of OAuth, taps into Facebook & Dropbox for you

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The Internet is packed full of thriving open source projects, toolkits and frameworks, because sometimes people really love to share their work with others. In fact, one of the best parts about working with the Web is the level of collaboration that occurs everyday. And just as many people don’t...
Filepicker.io lets devs skip the hassles of OAuth, taps into Facebook & Dropbox for you

Backup and maintain multiple WordPress installs effortlessly with WP Remote

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WordPress is an awesome CMS used by a massive community of developers to create sites like the one you see here. But what happens if you develop numerous sites that you have to maintain yourself? You could check up on each one manually, making sure plugins, themes and backups are...
Backup and maintain multiple WordPress installs effortlessly with WP Remote

Crowd Fusion Buys Ceros -- and Changes Its Name and Business Model

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Content management system start-up Crowd Fusion is acquiring a London-based company called Ceros and — in the process — will also be changing its name to the London company it bought. In addition, said Crowd Fusion CEO Brian Alvey, the company will eventually be focusing more on Ceros’ software-as-a-service...
Crowd Fusion Buys Ceros -- and Changes Its Name and Business Model

The 3 pieces that are turning WordPress into a platform

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The call for a “Heroku for WordPress” is by now a common refrain. WordPress, if you’re not aware, powers half of the top 100 blogs and 14.7 percent of the top one million websites in the world. In the U.S., 22 out of every 100 new domains run on WordPress...
The 3 pieces that are turning WordPress into a platform

Infinite WordPress lets you manage unlimited self-hosted sites from a single admin panel

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There are over 74 million WordPress sites online right now, half of which are self-hosted, and out of all these sites, many users of the CMS handle more than one install at a time. WordPress, with all its strengths, doesn’t cater to these users, and this is why the team...
Infinite WordPress lets you manage unlimited self-hosted sites from a single admin panel
Hiding in the Higgs data: hints of physics beyond the standard model
RebelMouse Is the Social Media Aggregator We’ve All Been Waiting for.

TypePad Blogs Get More Relevant With Zemanta Recommendations

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Life just got a little easier for bloggers who use TypePad. The hosted blogging platform announced that it is integrating Zemanta’s content recommendation tools into its service, which suggests links to related stories from across the Web. Zemanta also generates in-text links to related information. For instance, if you mention...
TypePad Blogs Get More Relevant With Zemanta Recommendations

Applicasa Tries to Differentiate Itself in the Mobile "Backend-as-a-Service" Sector

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The "backend-as-a-service" segment of the mobile development community is evolving. Several startups got into the game early and helped define the market, such as StackMob, Parse and Kinvey. Others have followed suit and attempt to give developers similar options while integrating other value added services. Israel-based Applicasa is one of...
Applicasa Tries to Differentiate Itself in the Mobile "Backend-as-a-Service" Sector

It's Sysadmin Day! Because your resident neckbeard needs love, too

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Let’s face it: We’re all a bunch of lusers without our trusty sysadmins. Today is the thirteenth annual Sysadmin Day. The holiday was created by system administrator Ted Kekatos and was first celebrated on July 28, 2000. Basically, it’s the day we honor and celebrate the men and women...
It's Sysadmin Day! Because your resident neckbeard needs love, too

What to do when Messages beta is not functioning

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My daily routine is fairly consistent: bike to a coffee shop, grab an americano, log on to the CNET CMS, open Messages, and begin story research. Today, Messages did not function properly. [Read more]...
What to do when Messages beta is not functioning

Solve Media’s Captcha Ads are the Tip of the ‘Brand Washing’ Iceberg

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More than 300 million of these things are served a day, so you’ve probably seen one. Solve Media’s captcha ads are awesome and awkward. Typing in a brand message to authenticate your real-human-ness is somehow easier, yet more infuriating than solving the usual pile of scrambled letters most websites use....
Solve Media’s Captcha Ads are the Tip of the ‘Brand Washing’ Iceberg
WordPress and Tumblr are Complementary, WordPress Founder Says

The Future Of Music Is Boring – And That's Exciting!

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I noticed an interesting trend at the MusicTech Summit in San Francisco this week: A lot of the talk over lunch and during hallway conversations wasn’t about the next big thing, about fancy Spotify apps or sexy mashups. Instead, people were busy talking about CRMs, CMS platforms and e-commerce....
The Future Of Music Is Boring – And That's Exciting!

Web Pros: Could ExpressionEngine Be Your Next CMS?

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There is a wide spectrum of ways to create new websites, starting with solutions that require no coding at all, such as Weebly and WordPress, all the way to coding your website entirely by hand using a text editor like Vim. ExpressionEngine (various pricing, buy-only) is a serious content management...
Web Pros: Could ExpressionEngine Be Your Next CMS?

Twitter integration in Fork CMS. Nice feature. And finally a peek at the famed Fork. Flickr: http://bit.ly/bfXmXa

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Twitter integration in Fork CMS. Nice feature. And finally a peek at the famed Fork. Flickr: http://bit.ly/bfXmXa

User:Lastnode/Wordpress CMS « WordPress Codex

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