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For a small monthly charge, you can create professional-looking blogs with Six Apart TypePad.com.

By March 30, 2005

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 30, 2005

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Nyko Nintendo Wii TypePad Pro

As the first QWERTY Wii accessory we've seen, the Nyko TypePad Pro works well; however, we're not sure it's useful enough to justify its purchase.

By May 17, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating May 17, 2010

MSRP: $30.00


The Grid hopes polished publishing will rekindle website creation

For $96 per year, the startup promises customers an adaptable, customizable, refined website for those who need more than a Facebook profile page.

By October 8, 2014


Google+ to give better credit where it's due

Changes to the social network make it easier for content creators to get attribution in key Google services, and let you embed Google+ posts elsewhere on the Web.

By September 9, 2013


The 404 1,333: Where we snap to the future (podcast)

Gems Peterson teaches a class on how not to use Snapchat, the Internet as explained by three prisons that have never used it, and Bang With Friends is now "Down."

By August 30, 2013


Could I really ditch my laptop for an iPad?

As tablets get more powerful, some people are asking if they really need to use their laptops for blogging or other work-related tasks. CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers some advice on whether you can really replace your laptop with an iPad.

By July 13, 2012


Six Apart releases tiny blog tool, TypePad Micro

New Chroma theme, designed for short posts, available for free under the new TypePad Micro brand.

By November 17, 2009


WordPress is reigning champ for blogging platforms

A new survey shows that 49 percent of the world's top 100 blogs use the popular Web publishing platform.

By April 11, 2012


Snapkeys' quest to assassinate QWERTY

A hands-on with a new "invisible" typing pad that hopes to wipe QWERTY from the face of the earth.

By January 12, 2012


Up to 41 percent of Netflix users plan to cancel

Two separate polls show between 30 and 41 percent of Netflix users have already canceled their accounts or will soon in protest of new price hikes. What will you do?

By July 13, 2011