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Gawker is an online media company and blog network founded in October 2003 by Nick Denton.

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  1. BuzzFeed is an independent media company that creates articles for various purposes. BuzzFeed has a news section and is building a reputation as a journalistic outfit. Read more about BuzzFeed.

  2. Cracked is a web-based online platform that is specially made for those who love viral content and to know about the trending stuff.

  3. Auto arrange all your app windows, whether on one screen or many with a single click!

    Try for free freemium $39.99 / Annually (One PC, One Year)

  4. eBaumsWorld is an entertainment website that is a part of the Literally Media family.

  5. FailBlog is a comedic blog website developed in January 2008.

  6. Watch your home, kids, and pets from anywhere!

  7. Design Swan is an online platform designed to uncover and share the trendy design, inspiration, technology, graphics, and lots of other stuff from around the world.

  8. Nukkad by STAGE (formerly known as WittyFeed) is a web-based entertainment platform that publishes content in different categories such as sports, news, fashion, relationship, travel, and fitness, etc.

  9. My Modern Met is the best web-based platform that shares creative ideas, trendy topics, and informative articles around the world.

  10. BoredPanda is a free online community for creative people who love art, design and photography etc.

  11. Wired is an American-based magazine, published in online and print editions, that focuses on how emerging technologies affect culture, the economy and politics.

  12. Reddit gives you the best of the internet in one place. Get a constantly updating feed of breaking news, fun stories, pics, memes, and videos just for you.

  13. AcidCow is a fast-growing free to use entertainment community.

  14. iSpy is software that allows the user to view and control video surveillance cameras. The software began development in 2007 and now has over 2 million users around the world, according to the software's website. Read more about iSpy.

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