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Squarespace, Inc. is a private American company, based in New York City, that provides software as a service for website building and hosting. Its customers use pre-built website templates and drag and drop elements to create webpages.

Anthony Casalena developed Squarespace as a blog-hosting service while attending the University of Maryland. He founded it as a company in 2004, and was its only employee until 2006, when it reached $1 million in revenue. The company grew from 30 employees in 2010 to 550 by 2015. By 2014, it raised a total of $78.5 million in venture capital; added e-commerce tools, domain name services, and analytics; and replaced its coding backend with drag and drop features.

Company history[edit]

Current Headquarters of Squarespace in Manhattan

Casalena began developing Squarespace for his personal use while attending the University of Maryland.[2][3] He started sharing it with friends and family members[2] and participated in a “business incubator” program at the university.[3] He launched Squarespace publicly in January 2004,[3][4] initially funded by $30,000 from his father, a small grant from the university, and 300 beta testers who paid a discounted rate.[3][5][6][7] At that time, Casalena was the company’s sole developer and employee, and worked out of his dorm room.[3][6]

By the time Casalena graduated in 2007, Squarespace was making annual revenues of $1 million.[4] He moved to New York City, began hiring, and had 30 employees by 2010.[4][7] That year, Squarespace received $38.5 million in its first round of venture capital funding, enabling it to hire more staff, continue to develop its software,[8] and double its marketing budget.[2] From 2009 to 2012, it grew an average of 266% in yearly revenue.[9] In April 2014, it received another $40 million in funding.[10] By 2015, it had reached $100 million in revenue and 550 employees.[4]

Squarespace has purchased Super Bowl advertising spots in 2014,[2] 2015,[11] 2016,[12] 2017[13] and 2018.[14] Its 2017 ad won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Commercial.[13] In 2017, it signed a sponsorship deal with the New York Knicks to add the Squarespace logo to their uniforms.[15]

After the Unite the Right rally in 2017, Squarespace received a petition with 58,000 signatures and removed a group of websites for violating its terms of service against “bigotry or hatred” towards demographic groups.[16][17] In 2017, it raised an additional $200 million in funding, boosting its value to $1.7 billion.[18] This funding was earmarked for reacquiring interests from investors.[18]

In 2018, Squarespace partnered with the Madison Square Garden Company to launch the “Make It Awards”, which award $30,000 to entrepreneurs (4 winners, totaling $120,000).[19]

Corporate affairs[edit]


Squarespace is managed by CEO and Founder Anthony Casalena. Other key executives are:[20]

  • Nicole Anasenes, Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
  • Andrew Bartholomew, Senior Vice President, Strategy
  • John Colton, Senior Vice President, Engineering
  • Raphael Fontes, Vice President, Customer Operations
  • Natalie Gibralter, Vice President of Product, Consumer Products
  • Mary Good, Chief People Officer
  • David Lee, Chief Creative Officer
  • Kinjil Mathur, Chief Marketing Officer

Product / business model[edit]

As of 2016, Squarespace hosts more than one million websites.[4] Its users employ pre-built website templates, and a variety of drag and drop widgets to add elements such as text and images.[8] Its developers also create custom templates that are sold to users.[8] On-screen instructions walk users through things like search engine optimization and setting up e-commerce.[4]

Squarespace was initially built for creating and hosting blogs.[5] E-commerce features, such as an integration with Stripe for accepting credit card payments, were added in 2013.[21] In 2014, more commerce features were added; a mobile version of the service was released; a separate facility was added for developers writing custom templates and features;[22] and a logo-creation app was introduced in partnership with icon designer Noun Project.[23]

In 2011, Squarespace was upgraded to version 6, with new templates, a grid-based user interface, and other enhancements.[8] Version 7, which went live in 2014, replaced its coding backend with a drag and drop interface,[24][25] and added integration with Google Apps for Work and Getty Images.[10] In 2016, Squarespace started selling domains, putting it in more direct competition with GoDaddy;[26] and added an analytics dashboard[27] and PayPal integration.[28]






“We’re seeing, sadly, far greater suicides now than we are deaths from COVID,” Redfield said at the time. “We’re seeing far greater deaths from drug overdose that are above excess that we had as background than we are seeing the deaths from COVID.”

Almost all 50 state governments are still wrecking the economy for fake virus panic, 5 months after 15 day slow the spread nonsense.

Every state govenor who shut down their state economy must be removed from office at ballot box, Democrat or Republican. It’s the patriotic thing to do America!

Nearly all states tanked their economy to try to stop Trump from winning NOV Election.

32% decline is fake news. It’s the annualized rate. Not for Q2.

HCQ is an effective treatment. Fauci is a liar.

Dr. Harvey Risch, a noted Yale epidemiologist,  has accused White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci of waging a “misinformation campaign” against the drug hydroxychloroquine, claiming the medication has shown consistently encouraging results in treating COVID-19 when used properly.

Will Texas accurately report fatal cases now and stop the panic porn?

Why were they not doing this from the start? Will they be forced to change all the previous data and reported data and update their graphs?

 A fatality is counted as due to COVID-19 when the medical certifier, usually a doctor with direct knowledge of the patient, determines COVID-19 directly caused the death. This method does not include deaths of people who had COVID-19 but died of an unrelated cause. Death certificates are required by law to be filed within 10 days.

CA Teacher-Union cancels School, putting themselves first, over children and education over politics and socialist agendas mostly having nothing to do with any viruses

On July 8, the California Teachers Association (CTA), the most powerful public-sector union in the Golden State, issued a statement asserting that, due to coronavirus concerns, state schools should not open this fall. The following day, the United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) released a 17-page “research paper” in which concerns about coronavirus were secondary to sweeping political demands—including Medicare for All, guaranteed housing, a wealth tax, a millionaire’s tax, defunding the police, financial support for illegal immigrants, and a moratorium on charter schools. The UTLA ended its manifesto by asserting, without evidence, “the only people guaranteed to benefit from the premature physical reopening of schools amidst a rapidly accelerating pandemic are billionaires and the politicians they’ve purchased.”


The overwhelming prevailing clinical trials that have looked at the efficacy of hydroxychloroquine have indicated that it is not effective in coronavirus disease,” 

Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) is caused by a newly discovered coronavirus (SARS-CoV). No effective prophylactic or post-exposure therapy is currently available.

We report, however, that chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-CoV infection of primate cells. These inhibitory effects are observed when the cells are treated with the drug either before or after exposure to the virus, suggesting both prophylactic and therapeutic advantage. In addition to the well-known functions of chloroquine such as elevations of endosomal pH, the drug appears to interfere with terminal glycosylation of the cellular receptor, angiotensin-converting enzyme 2. This may negatively influence the virus-receptor binding and abrogate the infection, with further ramifications by the elevation of vesicular pH, resulting in the inhibition of infection and spread of SARS CoV at clinically admissible concentrations.

Chloroquine is effective in preventing the spread of SARS CoV in cell culture. Favorable inhibition of virus spread was observed when the cells were either treated with chloroquine prior to or after SARS CoV infection. In addition, the indirect immunofluorescence assay described herein represents a simple and rapid method for screening SARS-CoV antiviral compounds.

99.8 % have no significant disease related to chinavirus.

“THE CASES” are not relevant.

Was the lockdown successful? I say yes very successful. Successful in things like this. Anxiety hotline calls up 1000 percent. Child abuse both sexual and non up. Financially, emotional distress, Suicide. Alcohol. 150,000 Americans a month not receiving cancer screening. It’s been effective alright, in all the wrong metrics — in all the areas we didn’t want it to be effective. Delay in medical care. We talked about that. Orthopedics, nonessential. Suicide calls up 600 percent. Suicide calls. We heard other doctors mention this. So was the lockdown effective? If that’s the effect you were going for, then yes but it was trying to flatten the curve but it had these secondary consequences that I think are devastating. People staying indoors. No exercising as you mentioned. No Vitamin D.

A Tale of two drugs.


Following that trip, Cuomo earlier this week was asked by media if he would be self-quarantining after his return from Georgia. The governor said he would not, declaring himself an “essential worker” under his own rule’s exemptions. His administration also noted that the quarantine rule does not apply to individuals passing through a flagged state for less than 24 hours.

Even the BRITS have had enough of the chicom facemask fraud!

The latest study in the Lancet offers a taste of the embarrassments to come. It’s titled “A country level analysis measuring the impact of government actions, country preparedness and socioeconomic factors on COVID-19 mortality and related health outcomes”.

Here is the killer sentence:

However, in our analysis, full lockdowns and wide-spread COVID-19 testing were not associated with reductions in the number of critical cases or overall mortality.

Yes, that’s right. According to this study, there is still no evidence that the radical measures taken by various governments to combat coronavirus made a difference in the mortality rate. Boris Johnson’s lockdown was a massive waste of time, money and possibly of lives too. His compulsory masks policy looks like a desperate attempt to prolong the scare in order to make the government’s earlier overreaction look less culpably stupid.

The reasons for Trump to fire Fraud-Fauci are piling up and he keeps ignoring it to his own political peril and Americans freedoms.

It was August 22, 2005, to be precise when the Virology Journal, the official publication of Fauci’s NIH, published a blockbuster article revealing chloroquine as “a potent inhibitor of SARS coronavirus infection and spread.” In this paper, researchers working under Fauci wrote:

“We report … that chloroquine has strong antiviral effects on SARS-CoV infection of primate cells. These inhibitory effects are observed when the cells are treated with the drug either before or after exposure to the virus, suggesting both prophylactic and therapeutic advantage.”

ROME epidemiologist tells the public figures to stop scaremongering.

“It is evident that today everything is very different from 5 months ago,” he said.

Bassetti said that these data show that “the clinical evolution of the disease has changed profoundly in the last two-three months” and is no longer “the same one we met in March.”