Gawker Media’s family of sites are all slowly making the transition towards a new platform known as Kinja. Yesterday, Gizmodo unveiled their new Kinja-based look which puts content up front and center along with fostering a more appropriate communication platform and engaging experience for the user. Unlike the last redesign that Gawker Media sites had, [...]
I bookmarked this knowing that it will probably come in handy later. It’s a real-time list of Gawker Media’s trending articles. Thanks Andy!
John Scalzi wrote this post on his website and I think it’s probably one of the clearest and smartest write-ups about the Gawker vs Reddit debate happening on the internet in the last few weeks. If you aren’t sure of what’s going on, here’s a quick rundown: Last week, Gawker writer Adrian Chen unmasked the [...]
These Gawker breakdowns of pop culture fads are the best. Their latest take on the peculiar TLC show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is a must-read. And if you don’t want to read it, at least watch the video they’ve uploaded there to get a recap of the debut episode that you may have missed.
File this under “awesome” because it simply is: Gizmodo and parent company Gawker both launched brand new redesigned websites today that focus a lot more on content and experience than on gaining pageviews. Both sites feature one particular story on the “front page” and a rolling list of popular or recent posts on the right [...]
The Neiman Foundation Blog at Harvard University has a great article about my favorite tech website Gizmodo (and its parent company Gawker Media) and how they have tapped into independent artists to help spice up their posts with exclusive illustrations found nowhere else on the web. In this age of information overload, I think Gizmodo [...]