Squarespace Founder Casalena Featured in Vanity Fair

Undergrad alumnus Anthony Casalena was recently profiled in Vanity Fair's ongoing "My Phone" column, in which prominent technologists talk about how they use their handheld devices.

Read the article here: http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/my-phone/2013/06/squarespace-anthony-c...

Created in 2003 with a loan from his father while Casalena was still in college at the University of Maryland, the Manhattan-based Squarespace has since helped users create and host more than 1.4 million custom sites—adding up to over $17 million in revenue for the start-up last year. Squarepace is also notable for being part of the University's Mtech incubator program.

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