New UM Web Site Uses Technology Grown Out of Hinman CEOs Program

New UM Web Site Uses Technology Grown Out of Hinman CEOs Program

New UM Web Site Uses Technology Grown Out of Hinman CEOs Program

TERPBlog, an online forum for Maryland alumni, is powered by Squarespace's technology.
TERPBlog, an online forum for Maryland alumni, is powered by Squarespace's technology.

TERPBlog, an online forum created for Maryland alumni, uses technology from Squarespace, a company founded by a Hinman CEOs alumnus.

Squarespace is a web-publishing service created by Anthony Casalena, B.S. '05 computer science, and a graduate of the Hinman Campus Entrepreneurship Opportunities Program (Hinman CEOs). The Hinman CEOs Program is run jointly by the Clark School and the Robert H. Smith School of Business.

August 8, 2005


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