Webware 100 winner: WordPress.com (with WordPress platform)
WordPress is a free blogging tool.
The popular blogging platform is introducing a new feature called WordAds that will allow users to make money by allowing ads to appear on their blogs.
Matt Mullenweg swaps roles with current Automattic CEO Toni Schneider. It may be because Mullenweg's now 30, and he thinks twenty-somethings shouldn't run companies.
It's a problem when Internet companies try to restrict users to their own turf, says the founder of a widely used online publishing software and service.
A forward-thinking entrepreneur attempts to Kickstart a potato-salad-making session and ends up blowing away his $10 funding goal.
Google's social-network technology is grafted onto the self-publishing system, adding new sharing options and and giving WordPress posts prominence in search results.
A new survey shows that 49 percent of the world's top 100 blogs use the popular Web publishing platform.
We show you how to setup WordPress as a basic content management system, giving you a more efficient way of organising stacks of content.
The popular blogging platform will accept the controversial peer-to-peer currency without the traditional "confirmations" for establishing a trustworthy reputation.