A few months ago I started a blog about Movable Type 4 (if anyone wants to help let me know!) where I've been posting tips, tricks and my experiences with the blogging platform.
Back in August I was contacted by a technical journalist from the States who writes for some publications in Japan, as he wanted to interview me about Movable Type.
I'd all but forgotten about that interview, as I hadn't heard anything since, but I got an email from Bart (the journalist) today to let me know that the article had finally been published. There is a version online, although it's missing a paragraph, which I'll provide here:
Indeed, the typical Movable Type non-corporate customer is still a power user. Such is the case for Irish blogger Michele Neylon, whose blog on Movable Type 4 (www.movabletype4.eu ) is one of about 15 blogs Neylon maintains. Neylon himself recently returned to Movable Type after using WordPress for the past three years and encountering scaling problems. "If you want to keep a personal blog, there's no problem. But when dealing with multiple blogs and large amounts of traffic, WordPress wouldn't hack it."
So I've now been quoted in a Japanese magazine!