Media & Culture

Ask a Flowchart: How Do I Make a Single-Serving Site?

By Mathew Honan

So-called single-serving Web sites — standalone pages that accomplish only one task — are popping up all over the Net. For example: islostarepeat.com offers Lost rerun alerts; d-e-f-i-n-i-t-e-l-y.com is a guide to spelling the word correctly; and amiawesome.com assures you yes, very. The URLs are clever and fun, but why let someone else’s obsession become your time suck? You can set up your own self-, er, single-serving site in just 10 minutes — and possibly become Internet famous. Our patent-pending SingleServing SiteGenerator walks you through it.

VIA: Wired



August 1, 2009 - Posted by | Software, Technology

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