Why Open Source Business Models Are Dead-End Streets And GigaOM (Sebastian Rupley) is Wrong I was reading GigaOM's article (linked above) and it espouses the same age-old regurgitated wisdom about viable open-source business models: Open-Source business model can survive by focusing on service (RedHat) or as a loss-leader (Android by Google) for promoting its more profitable ventures.
I received a query today from my ex-Boss and a long-time friend, How much does it cost to design and build a web site for a small company these days? I assume it depends on size of the site and complexity.
Everyone and their dog talks about WordPress performance these days and also tells you how to scale WordPress (Read: How to really scale WordPress).
MODx is an open source PHP Application Framework with powerful features that help you take control of your online content.
How effective is a site re-design? The final proof is in site traffic.