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The company, which has its roots in blogging, is working with smaller publishers to produce simple, lightweight magazines for smartphones and tablets. Justin Ellis
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“It’s like, ‘All right, well, that guy up there is the big man and the hot shot that shares his opinion. And I’m less down here in the dungeon section trying to duke it out with this raiderfan27.'” Andrew Phelps
The latest addition to The Awl’s network of sites brings a link-blog ethos and a bare-bones look to the election.
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