Acquia was featured in today's Boston Globe. The article, titled Start-up built on free software, talks about the growing interest in Open Source during tough economic times. The Boston Globe is a daily newspaper based in Boston, owned by The New York Times Company, with an average circulation of 350,000. Nice!

Boston globe


John Eckman (not verified):

Very cool - but what's up with the photo caption? "So-called open source platforms"?

I suppose one could take that to just mean "popularly called" but in my book it implies something more like "falsely labelled"

Anonymous (not verified):

John E, I had the same initial reaction. I think it's just a poor choice of words. I take it to read "popularly called"