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BuzzFeed began publishing section-by-section content to the blogging platform Tumblr. It also worked with Akamai, a content distribution network, so that some article pages would still load even if the core BuzzFeed site could not. Gizmodo and Jezebel each set up Tumblr blogs, “Sandy 2012 Emergency site” and “Post-Hurricane Emergency Blog,” respectively. Gawker, too, relied on the easy-to-use Tumblr as a back-up. While Tumblr enabled practically seamless connectedness amid the chaos, the resulting aesthetic was a bit of a throwback to the spartan design of the Internet’s earlier days. … [visit site to read more]


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