HackCollege Chooses Squarespace as Blogging Platform

Los Angeles, CA, November 20, 2008 --(PR.com)-- HackCollege, a lifehacking blog and podcast for and by college students, has chosen Squarespace as a new blogging platform. Concerns of uptime and personal responsibility were among reasons cited for the switch to Squarespace, according to founder Kelly Sutton.

"The new system is great, our authors are loving it," Sutton said. With the new system, the site has also gotten a facelift. "We're in our fourth theme iteration and this by far the best one yet," Sutton explained. Krystyn Heide of Squarespace (http://pixelgirl.me) created the new theme from scratch for HackCollege.

Squarespace is a current sponsoring the HackCollege podcast, now in its second season.

About HackCollege:

HackCollege was founded in August 2006 by Kelly Sutton. Since then, it has grown from a small lifehacking blog to an Internet TV show and blog serving more than 50,000 students monthly. It has some of the most dedicated readers in the college blogging space. The HackCollege show is one of 6 shows currently on the Revision3 Beta Internet TV network. HackCollege is a hobby of 7 students from the United States and the United Kingdom.

Michael Sutton