A year of Gawker traffic: March’s record traffic peak represents, at least in part,
the hubbub over a newly-introduced mapped version of Gawker Stalker.
In this week’s New York magazine, Jesse Oxfeld, that mag’s newest hire and a former Gawker editor, expressed his thoughts about Gawker’s most infamous feature, Gawker Stalker, in which the Read More
Former Gawker editor Jesse Oxfeld will soon head to New York magazine. He will be a senior editor for the magazine’s website. Oxfeld confirmed that his start date is August 7.
“I’m hugely excited for it,” said Oxfeld by phone today. “That’s not spin or a line. It’s a magazine that I’ve always wanted to Read More
Everything does move faster in blogland: Last Wednesday, Fishbowl NY editor Rachel Sklar posted an item marking the media blog’s one-year anniversary. “[I]it’s been a very good year,” she wrote. “Thanks to all of you and here’s to many more!”
That night, Sklar gave notice she would be leaving Jan. 31 to pursue a freelance Read More
As in today’s Observer, NY Daily News gossips Rush and Molloy get in a little on Lauren Weisberger’s new book, noting that “The Devil Wears Prada author gets even in her new book with witty Gawker founder Elizabeth Spiers, who trashed her on the blog. ‘If anyone finds out exactly what Ms. Read More
The Transom, in its former civilian life, once had the pleasure of accompanying a local magazine’s former party reporter, Elizabeth Spiers, to what they call a “red-carpet event.”
By now, that evening has been rendered by the haze of time into Mad Libs.
The occasion was to announce an amount of money- a largish Read More
So for a minute there, we kind of thought that blogging had made us famous. We were invited to sit on a mediabistro.com panel tonight with such NYC blogging celebrities as Gawker founder Elizabeth Spiers and Lockhart Steele, of Curbed fame, as well as people from Read More