Dan Wood of Karelia demonstrates the newest update to their web design software, Sandvox, a WYSIWYG application that lets you build a web site without ever seeing the code. Already a great option for those wanting to create a site for themselves or their business, Sandvox just got better, with integrated web hosting. With just a couple clicks, you can have your site up and on the web in no time. Dan takes us through the process, demonstrates the power of Sandvox, and talks about why it is perfect for bloggers and podcasters.
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A native of California now based in the San Francisco Bay area, Dan Wood is the father of two children, prefers bicycles to cars, and is involved in community groups. His commitments to simplicity, sustainability, and fairness inform his software development philosophy, as does his belief that communicationâ€”and making communication easier for more peopleâ€”is vital to a more informed, active, and productive society. Before forming Karelia Software in 2001, Dan honed his software development skills in several contexts, including â€œclassicâ€ Macintosh and Java development at Bear River Associates and Electronic Arts.Dan can be found on Twitter.