six apart

Feb
10

WordPress, Six Apart silences and communities

The company that was Six Apart is gone. The name and Movable Type are ensconced in Japan, Vox is dead
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Sep
27

More on Movable Type's Future

Give the hoohah over the future of Movable Type post Six Apart’s assimilation into Say Media last week, I
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Sep
22

Where now for Movable Type and Typepad?

Here’s a thing to discover just before you go to bed: Six Apart, the company that produces the blog
1 min read
Sep
08

Lessons from the death of Vox

Last Thursday, I opened Safari, and found a death notice. Vox, a blogging platform I’ve used for four years,
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May
17

Monetising Conversation

Six Apart have added an interesting feature to their Typepad hosted blogging platform. Typepad Conversations is reminiscent of Vox‘s
1 min read
Dec
09

Le Web: The Platform Roundtable

David Jacobs of Six Apart argued that treating developers well is important, because it allows you to get traction for
1 min read
Dec
04

Our Real Problem: The Death of the News Package

The problem we have to face up to is that just sticking a paywall around what we used to do
1 min read
Sep
06

The WordPress Attack, Competition and Blogging Innovation

John Gruber mused: I have to wonder when WordPress users will start switching to some other platform. There’s a
1 min read
Aug
28

Good Listening: This Week in Google

I’ve just been reminded by a discussion on our company [Yammer](https://www.yammer.com/home) that I meant
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Mar
18

Movable Type Upgraded to 4.25

If all has gone well, this blog is now running on Movable Type 4.25, which was released yesterday. The