Six Apart was featured on the front page of yesterday’s Wall Street Journal business section. The title of the article is “Folksy No More, Blogger Firm Taps Big Clients.” Pretty cool to have your own personal WSJ sketch. Yes, the Wall Street Journal’s site is available to subscribers only, so I will summarize some of the new information from the article. According to Technorati Six Apart is the third most widely used weblogging software behind Blogger and LiveJournal. Six Apart counters by noting that it has a large deployment behind corporate firewalls. Corporate customers account for about 35% of Six Apart’s revenue. Disney and Amazon are two big clients. The article focused on Six Apart’s transition from Ben and Mena’s apartment into something more corporate. TypePad was mentioned briefly but the main focus was on Movable Type.