Looking Back: What do you like about our website?

In 1995 The Washingtonian created its website—washingtonian.com—and not long after we rounded up six people who were using the site, took them to dinner, and asked what they liked and didn’t like about the website.

The most memorable comments had to do with where they were when they accessed the site. They all said they went on washingtonian.com at work to check out local restaurants. But they said they saw their computers as work stations—they said they had no interest in looking at a computer once they got home.

—Jack Limpert

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