The Gawker meltdown, explained

In 2014, The New Republic — a respected political magazine — self-destructed. A new editor-in-chief was appointed, existing editor-in-chief Frank Foer was pushed out, and a majority of the publication's staffers, many of whom are excellent journalists, quit in response to Foer's ousting. They cited loyalty to Foer and expressed fear that the New Republic was in danger of ruining its own legacy.

At the time, you could have learned all this on Twitter, or eventually from The New Republic...

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