The Best of Gawker
10+ most popular Gawker articles, as voted by our community.
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Gawker on Crypto
The Future Is Not Only Useless, It’s Expensive
In the end, we're all bored apes
Gawker on Food
How Did “Recipe Developer” Become a Famous Job?
The Bon Appétit Test Kitchen, social media, and the pandemic played a role
Caffeine-Free Diet Coke Is for Psychos
Elon Musk continues to prove that he has no taste
Gawker on Peter Thiel
Gawker Was Murdered by Gaslight
A lie with a billion dollars behind it is stronger than the truth. Peter Thiel has shut down Gawker.com.
An Open Letter to Peter Thiel
Shared by 37, including George M 🇪🇺, Mathew Ingram, Mike Butcher, Lelio Simi, Parin Vachhani
Gawker on Race
White People Love Calling Other White People "White People"
Shared by 108
«more often than not, the language of racial critique is being co-opted in order to bolster some other, quite unrelated critique, sometimes unthinkingly but often cynically and in bad faith. All sense of intellectual coherence dissolves into a nebulous sludge of weaponised sanctimon»
Gawker on Society
The ADHD Urge to Find the Online ADHD Community Annoying
One man's brave journey from diagnosis to acceptance
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Failure to Cope "Under Capitalism"
The inability to do basic tasks is not always a political problem
«To project an experience outward onto the collective, a writer must first draw the concrete sufferings of others inward, subsuming them into a continuum of what “we” experience.»
Writers Shouldn't Talk
Stop encouraging them
How Things Work
Gawker.com is shutting down today, Monday 22nd August, 2016, some 13 years after it began and two days before the end of my forties. It is the end of an era.
Welcome to Gawker
Shared by 107, including Brian Stelter, Tom Dale, Julia Ioffe, Maryn McKenna, Carl Zimmer
'Superbad' Remains an Essential Teen Film
Fifteen years later, the movie still captures the agony of almost being an adult
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