New York, NY (PRWEB) November 4, 2004 -
Today Weblogs, Inc. (http://www.weblogsinc.com), the largest publisher of professional blogs, announced the launch of their 58th and 59th WeblogsÂÂThe CSS WeblogÂ with James Jackson and ÂThe Unofficial Photoshop WeblogÂ with Glenn Hauman. The blogs can be found at http://css.weblogsinc.com and http://photoshop.weblogsinc.com.
Jason McCabe Calacanis, Weblogs, Inc. co-founder, says, "We're thrilled to expand our web development and design category, especially with these two gurus who are working in this space 24x7."
New CSS blogger, James Jackson, started programming at age 8 and is passionate about ÂCascading Style SheetÂ innovations. James has been working with CSS for four years, now, and it has become his main method of design. James feels that ÂWeb pages arenÂt just about giving people the information they wantÂ itÂs making sure they can access that information in the simplest and most elegant of ways.Â
Weblogs, Inc. is honored to be welcoming Glenn Hauman, who has been called a "young Turk of publishing" by the New York Observer and a "Silicon Alley Veteran" by Crain's New York Business. Hauman, a founder of BiblioBytes, HKS.net, and LotAuctions.com, also enjoys writing for Star Trek and X-Men books, challenging unconstitutional laws in court, and banging his head into chandeliers.
In addition to Jackson and Hauman, Judith Meskill, Editorial Director, is delighted to add the following new bloggers to the Weblogs, Inc. team: Edward Ho (Joystiq.com); Elizabeth Hoyt (BloggingBaby.com); Stephen Hill (Autoblog.com); Steve Parsons (Joystiq.com); and Walter J Keegan Jr. (Autoblog.com).
About Weblogs, Inc.
Weblogs, Inc. (http://www.weblogsinc.com) was founded on January 1st 2004 with the mission of creating industry-leading blogs across hundreds of content niches. In ten months the firm has created 59 blogs in partnership with dozens of bloggers who bring expertise from their fields. The network of blog has also attracted blue-chip advertisers such as Google, Suzuki, HP, Bose, Palm, Microsoft and Audible. The firm raised an angel round of funding in March of 2004 from legendary Internet pioneer Mark Cuban.
Jason McCabe Calacanis
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