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For those of you who regularly read the TR Blogs, you’ll notice we’ve given it a bit of a facelift. The biggest change is the addition of MoveableType as our publishing tool. It replaces what was our old homebrewed system….
April 13, 2005

For those of you who regularly read the TR Blogs, you’ll notice we’ve given it a bit of a facelift.

The biggest change is the addition of MoveableType as our publishing tool. It replaces what was our old homebrewed system. We looked at a host of solutions (Blogger, WordPress, ect), and found that this system offers us the kinds of flexibility that we need moving forward.

There are also some new features; however, author search was the one most requested. And now you have it.

This isn’t the final version, obviously. It’s just one small step for a blog, on the way to one giant leap for blogkind. Over the next few months, we will be cleaning up the GUI, adding some new features, and making this more accessible to a multitude of screens.

We’re also in the process of creating individual blogs for Jason Pontin, the Editor-in-Chief for Technology Review (whom I affectionately call “boss”), and myself, the Web editor for TechnologyReview.com. That way, we can start a dialogue with you.

But that comes a bit later. For now, please enjoy the new design – and tell us what you think.

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