On January 3, 2012, Gawker’s incoming editor-in-chief, A.J. Daulerio, wrote a post about the different Gawkers he had been asked to create. His mandate was to create a site with the digestible content of HuffPo (this made sense in 2012), attracting audiences with the influence of the Times and the community of…
At the end of 2015, which feels like many, many years ago, I wrote a post on the top comments of the year which started like this:
Most of us at Gawker Media are happy to say goodbye to this garbage year, but our community of commenters was as good as ever in 2015.
As part of our Thanksgiving hack week, one of our engineers, Ashton Galloway, experimented with adding a Pinterest share button to Kinja.
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