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Six Apart Launches Movable Type 3.2 at Blog Business Summit

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Six Apart Launches Movable Type 3.2 at Blog Business Summit
     August 22, 2005
     http://www.emediawire.com/releases/2005/8/emw275441.htm

Six Apart, maker of award-winning Movable Type, TypePad and  
LiveJournal weblog software, publicly unveiled the forthcoming 3.2  
version of Movable Type at the Blog Business Summit in San Francisco  
today.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 22, 2005 -- Six Apart, maker of  
award-winning Movable Type, TypePad and LiveJournal weblog software,  
publicly unveiled the forthcoming 3.2 version of Movable Type at the  
Blog Business Summit in San Francisco today.

After two days of sessions covering in-depth practical uses of blogs  
in business, Six Apart revealed to attendees several groundbreaking  
capabilities coming to what has already been called “the most  
powerful and customizable weblog publishing system available today.”

“Any business that is executing on a blogging strategy must seriously  
consider Movable Type as its primary platform,” said Steve Broback,  
founder and host of the Blog Business Summit. “After seeing all the  
new features, Movable Type is becoming an even more remarkably  
compelling architecture.”

Now in its fourth year of development, the latest version of Movable  
Type includes over 100 new features and improvements and demonstrates  
why Movable Type is the most powerful, customizable, manageable and  
usable weblog platform for businesses available today. Anil Dash,  
vice president of Six Apart's Professional Network, and Jay Allen,  
product manager for Movable Type, demonstrated key new 3.2 features,  
including:

* Powerful weblog administrator tools. Manageability andsimplicity  
are addressed by a high-level overview of all the weblogs,entries,  
feedback, authors and plugins that the platform supports.

* Rich comment and TrackBack management tools. Powerfulspam  
prevention tools provide businesses with control and  
efficientmanagement of group and customer communication.

* A robustsearch-based interface. Context-aware search capabilities  
enable users to easily find (and optionally replace) information  
throughout the application.

* Dynamic blogging tools. Users can create and manage as many blogs  
as they need, whether it'sone per person in a workgroup, one per  
project in a company, or one permember of a family.

In addition, Six Apart is renowned for having the best support in the  
business and the expertise of the Six Apart Professional Network, a  
global community of thousands who offer consulting, customization,  
design, development, and integration on top of its platforms. As a  
result, a directory of hundreds of plugins is available to expand  
Movable Type's functionality.

The product is expected to be available for download on August 22,  
2005, from Six Apart's website: www.sixapart.com/movabletype

“The Blog Business Summit conferences assemble the most discerning  
audience of professional bloggers and business communicators in  
today's workplace, making it the perfect forum for the first public  
demonstration of Movable Type 3.2,” said Mena Trott, Six Apart's co- 
founder and president. “Passing the scrutiny of this audience is the  
true test of Movable Type's power.”

About Blog Business Summit

The Blog Business Summit is the gathering place for corporate and  
entrepreneurial bloggers to exchange information about how best to  
leverage the blogosphere to benefit their commercial ventures. For  
more information about the Blog Business Summit, visit the conference  
weblog at www.blogbusinesssummit.com.

About Six Apart

Six Apart Ltd., based in San Francisco, California, is the award- 
winning pioneer in weblog software and services. The company's  
Movable Type publishing platform and TypePad personal weblogging  
service power the world's premiere weblogs for both business and  
individual use, and its LiveJournal service is one of largest online  
communities organized around personal journals. Founded by husband  
and wife team Ben Trott and Mena G. Trott in 2002, Six Apart's sole  
focus is to create the tools that enable individuals, organizations,  
and corporations to use the web to communicate. For more information  
about Six Apart, TypePad, LiveJournal and Movable Type, visit the Six  
Apart corporate weblog at www.sixapart.com.

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