If you’re like me and you read science journalism published on Gizmodo, you may have noticed a few new voices.
Screenshots as a form of digital archaeology
I missed this earlier this week.
For a few months, Gizmodo, the flagship website of the Gizmodo Media Group, had no editor-in-chief. It still had several editors who managed content on the site but with the mid-November promotion of Katie Drummond (please ignore how that lists her job as “the editor-in-chief of Gizmodo.”) to the role of GMG executive…
A paper published online today for Nature suggests that the 1888 hypothesis for the primary division within Dinosauria should be overturned.
A recent io9 article about, of all things, the 1997 film Starship Troopers reminded us that the diverse Gizmodo Media commenting and writing communities have different opinions on how to define football. Obviously the solution here is for someone on the ODeck to claim they know everything.
io9 was launched on 2 January, 2008. Let’s look back at how it has celebrated its birthdays.
I missed that this happened four months ago so my apologies for being slow.
Just under three years ago I wrote about a climatologist who was fighting against some libel of his work. The case recently had an update so this is a rare Observation Deck article sequel (!).
An article this Tuesday from The Washington Post did some poor math to showcase that sometimes presenting raw data is kind of pointless. I’ll offer up some comments on why normalizing your data is a good idea and also comment on US Electoral College votes and what they say about the diversity of who the US has, so…
Hi. If you have watched the 10 episodes of The Man in the High Castle Season 2,
or if you don’t care what happens in those 10 episodes, then this post
is for you. If you have any concerns about spoilers stop looking at this
As was slightly reported last week on two of the Gizmodo Media blogs (thanks to Gizmodo and The Slot for reporting), US President-Elect Donald J. Trump talked with the New York Times and covered a lot of topics. During this interview he, in usual Trump style, made up a new wrong meme, pushed old wrong memes, and said…
The seventh and last section of the birthweek festivities! I ... saved the most annoying video for last, apparently, and I’m going to have to clear my search history after this.
Welcome to the sixth day of the Observation Deck’s seventh birthweek. This day is the actual day of its birth!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11111one
This is the fifth day of the Observation Deck’s 7th Birthweek and I don’t know how else to introduce it.
The Observation Deck was born 7 years ago this week and this is the fourth day of that week. In the US it’s Thanksgiving, or Yanksgiving as about 12 people in Canada call it every year before it sounds weird and they stop because it is illegal in Canada to make fun of Americans for things that are not their fault.
The Observation Deck has its birthday, its 7th birthday, this week. This Birthweek. This is part 3 of a series of asking questions of the denizens of this den.
Part 2 of an ongoing investigation into the Observation Deck on the occasion of its 7th birthday.
Is this posted late on Sunday? Or early on Monday? It depends a lot on your time zone.