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Mohive, a provider of enterprise elearning publishing systems, has announced the launch of its Mohive Toolbox.

Posted Jan 27, 2006

National Archive Publishing Company (NAPC) has announced its new NAPC Content Solutions service to support libraries with content management options.

Posted Jan 24, 2006

Safari Books Online, LLC, has launched a joint venture between technology publishers O'Reilly Media, Inc. and Pearson Technology Group, a division of Pearson plc, called Rough Cuts.

Posted Jan 24, 2006

Consider for a moment how many visual cues you rely on when accessing a Web site. Without even thinking, your eyes quickly scan navigation menus, examine main headings, spy the search box, and skim over other links. Now imagine, if you can, what it would be like if you couldn’t use a mouse and needed to use only your keyboard to move around a Web site. It would be, as one Web accessibility expert put it, like looking at a Web site through a soda straw.

Posted Jan 16, 2006

thePlatform, a provider of digital audio and video publishing solutions, has announced it has closed series B financing from Spark Capital, a new venture capital partnership.

Posted Jan 13, 2006

Blast Radius, a provider of XML content creation and collaboration solutions, has announced it will include bidirectional support for XML content creation in its upcoming release of XMetaL Author and XMAX.

Posted Jan 10, 2006

RapidFeeds.com, an online service to allow publishers and Webmasters to syndicate their content through RSS, has launched MySite.

Posted Jan 06, 2006

PTC, a Product Development Company, has announced that Arbortext Advanced Print Publisher 9.0 (formerly known as Advent 3B2) is now available.

Posted Dec 16, 2005

CambridgeDocs, a provider of XML technologies for document re-purposing and enterprise publishing, has announced the 2.0 release and general availability of the xDoc Converter family of applications, including both the desktop and server versions of the product.

Posted Dec 16, 2005

Quark Inc. has announced that it has acquired the business and assets of A Lowly Apprentice Production Inc. (ALAP), a provider of extended technology for the publishing and graphic design industries.

Posted Dec 16, 2005

Information Mapping, Inc., a provider of Information Life Cycle Solutions, has announced the addition of a DITA Preparedness Service to its suite of Professional Services offerings.

Posted Dec 09, 2005

CORDA Technologies, Inc. has announced new versions of its application development products, a suite of data visualization tools aimed at providing the same level of quality for small to medium businesses that enterprises have depended on to provide visual representations of complex data.

Posted Dec 06, 2005

Mediasurface has announced the arrival of the Morello Web Client, its Web-based content management interface and the company’s most recent innovation.

Posted Dec 02, 2005

Semantico will formally launch its new Information Publishing Platform.

Posted Nov 22, 2005

The EContent team suggests some sites, projects, and resources that—while outside the scope of the EContent 100 list—are well worth taking a closer look at.

Posted Nov 16, 2005

IMN, an ecommunications service provider, has expanded its Web-based enewsletter service to capitalize on podcasting.

Posted Nov 08, 2005

Mediasurface, an AIM listed content management provider, has launched the latest version of its content management suite (CMS).

Posted Nov 08, 2005

Norpath, Inc., has announced the immediate availability of Norpath Elements 3.2, the latest version of its interactive authoring software for creating learning, multimedia, and information applications.

Posted Nov 04, 2005

SiSTeR Technologies, Inc., a provider of applications and hosted services for the automated creation and management of multimedia marketing content for online retail and mobile environments, has announced the commercial availability of the company's Pic2Vid for Marketers solution suite.

Posted Nov 04, 2005

ebrary, an information services and technology provider, has announced the availability of the ebrary OnDemand platform, which enables libraries and publishers to distribute their own PDF content online.

Posted Nov 04, 2005

Ingenta has announced the re-launch of byDesign, a service through which publishers can offer the functionality of IngentaConnect through their own Web site.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

XyEnterprise, a provider of XML content management and enterprise publishing solutions, and Blast Radius Inc., a provider of XML content creation and collaboration solutions, have announced a partnership that integrates Blast Radius XMetaL DITA Edition into XyEnterprise's flagship content management system, Content@.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

In contrast to previous generations of technology that focused primarily on automating business processes within the organization largely to reduce cost, this new generation of technology will shift to amplifying the practices of people, especially as they seek to collaborate. This new breed of software—which includes collaborative workspaces, blogs, and wikis—allows companies and individuals to address unexpected challenges and opportunities.

Posted Nov 01, 2005

VideoEgg, Inc., a provider of Web-based video publishing solutions, has announced The VideoEgg Publisher will integrate with Six Apart Ltd.’s TypePad service.

Posted Oct 28, 2005

I won’t go into book cover-judgment platitudes here; rather, I’ll suggest thinking a bit about the whole what-you-see-is-what-you-get proposition. In life, it usually means that just wanting something (or someone) to be one way or another won’t make it so. The problem with the assessment phase, I find, is spin. Like cars: one person’s standard is another’s option—and software’s no different.

Posted Oct 25, 2005

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