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  • This software doesn’t seem to be free, so it’s not fair to compare it to WordPress. Moveable Type would be a better comparison..


    Nice interface … but what else?!

    Can’t detect any functions that are new or unique?! I would rather go for blogger then a newbeeeee like that …

    Well I have a feeling it is going to be a more integrated publishing system, plus if it allows me to do stuff without having to trawl through php code then i’m all for it. That in my opinion is the only problem with WordPress, the fact that I need to hack and use plugins just to be able to manage the content in my whole site.

    Granted it is only a blogging software, but for me it is just short of being what I want.

    I tell my students that each one of us has a different learning styles. What is useful for one, is not necessarily useful for another. I think the same holds true for blogging tools.

    Absolutely right, but we must all be striving for utopia in one form or another, and a tool that allows us more control over a website. I mean how long before a blog just becomes more than a blog, and someone’s website is more of a magazine, which calls for the need for a more sophisticated publishing tool.

    These kind of applications can only mean good things for tools like WordPress who will evolve accordingly.

    Even with symphony now being free, wordpress is still better

    It looks promising but until they can provide a way to import my wordpress database I really have no desire.

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