This Week’s Column – Squarespace

This week’s Loose Wire column is about Squarespace:

WHY, AFTER ALL THIS TIME, is it still so hard for us ordinary Joes to publish something on the Internet without having a doctorate in HTML, or having to settle for a Web site that looks like the home page of a four-year-old with a Hello Kitty obsession?

This was the question–or something like it, minus the Hello Kitty bit–of a 21-year-old student called Anthony Casalena. Which is why he came up with Squarespace.

Full text at the Far Eastern Economic Review (subscription required, trial available) or at WSJ.com (subscription required). Old columns at feer.com here.

My new Squarespace site, Loose Wire Cache, is here.

01. April 2004 by jeremy
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