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SYS-CON Publishing Director Jeremy Geelan moderated a Power Panel devoted to AJAX and Web 2.0 in a recent taping for SYS-CON.TV at the Reuters Studio overlooking New York's Times Square. Geelan's guests included Web 2.0 gurus Dion Hinchcliffe and Thad Scheer, venture capitalist Charles Fiesel, SOA Web Services Journal Editor-in-Chief Sean Rhody, and SYS-CON West Coast Bureau Chief Roger Strukhoff. The entire program can be accessed directly through www.sys-con.tv. ... (more)

Web 2.0 Journal: Blogging Software Provider Six Apart To Partner With Bokee

Six Apart, provider of the blogging software , has partnered with Bokee,  blog hosting company in China, to make it easy for Chinese businesses to communicate with their customers and for employees to communicate internally through blogging. Under an agreement announced today, Bokee will localize and distribute Movable Type, Six Apart’s leading web publishing platform, to Chinese businesses and educational institutions, beginning in Q2. Movable Type has become the preferred platform for business blogging, with companies across the globe using the installable software to easil... (more)

Web 2.0 HyperViral Blog Distribution Tool inclue! Released to Help Publishers

inclue! released an application which it believes to be HyperViral for bloggers. inclue! believes its application may spread blogs faster than any technology before. inclue! delivers blogs, web sites and video clips using RSS and e-mail with a simple one button program for users. inclue! is an RSS reader that solves a lot of the problems that have held up RSS adoption. inclue! has only one button. inclue! bloggers combine their content with inclue! for one easy download. Bloggers then give away inclue! on their site. Users get blogs delivered easily into Outlook. Millions of webs... (more)

Web 2.0 Journal: HP's Mark Hurd Has Magic Touch So Far

If Dell is looking for some of its lost market share and some of its missing sales and earnings, they're over at HP, which claimed not to have noticed any of what Dell last week, when it warned of a shortfall, called its "accelerate pricing adjustments" in the last quarter. According to HP CEO Mark Hurd (pictured), there weren't any noticeable spikes in price cuts from Dell; it's hell out there all the time. HP came in with a stockholder-thrilling 51% year-over-year increase in fiscal second-quarter earnings that beat what Wall Street thought it could do on revenues of $22.6 bill... (more)

SEO/SEM Journal: Arkivio Joins Hitachi Data Systems ISV Partner Program

Arkivio providing Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) solutions for the enterprise has announced that it has joined the Hitachi Data Systems independent software vendor (ISV) partner program. As part of its participation in the program, Arkivio will be ensuring interoperability between ARKIVIO AUTO-STOR and the Hitachi Content Archive platform. The ISV program announced by Hitachi Data Systems, provider of Application Optimized Storage solutions and a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi Ltd., delivers key services to companies that develop software that is interoperable with ... (more)