A quick announcement: Gawker Media’s anonymous SecureDrop portal, which went down for a few days as we moved the server into our new office, is up and running again. If you have information or stories to share with any of Gawker Media’s sites—and want to remain as anonymous as possible—SecureDrop is for you. Detailed…
On October 1, the computing giant Intel pulled its ads from Gamasutra, a trade website for game developers, over an essay called "'Gamers' don't have to be your audience. 'Gamers' are over" by a journalist named Leigh Alexander. Intel had been successfully harassed by a small, contemptible crusade called "Gamergate"—a…
Now that women are living alone and/or taking care of themselves (thanks, Spice Girls and Have It All Barbie!), we've got a new problem on our hands: stereotypically female chores that need completing. Fraught gender history or not, your house isn't going to clean itself. So here's your indispensable guide to how to…
Some bittersweet news:
Gawker Media is looking for a few brave interns to help us with our beloved commenting system and our sites' online communities. The interns will have behind-the-scenes administrative tasks and quality oversight under direction by our Community Manager.
Today: A reminder and a rundown of the commenting policy on Jezebel.
In the spirit of holiday house-cleaning, it's time for a crash course in comments etiquette. What can you do? What should you never do? Some answers, after the jump.
Okay, it's that time, and there's no gentle way to put it, so here goes: As some have heard, budget restructuring has resulted in cutbacks at most of the Gawker Media sites. Including this one.
Later this afternoon, the look of the Jezebel homepage will be undergoing some cosmetic surgery. Major cosmetic surgery.