gawker gawker  /ˈɡɑ kər/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a spectator who stares stupidly without intelligent awareness

News

  1. Gawker Dunkin' Donuts to Honor Employee Who Endured Racist Customer's Abuse | Deadspin My Week With

    Gawker Dunkin' Donuts to Honor Employee Who Endured Racist Customer's Abuse | Deadspin My Week With The North Korean Hockey Team | io9 Why the hell didn't the Green Lanterns pick Superman? | Gizmodo Can Life Evolve from Wires and Plastic? | Valleywag Douchebags Like You Are Ruining San Francisco
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Jalopnik

  2. Gawker Media to Revive Defamer

    The news comes four years after the entertainment industry blog was absorbed into Gawker. read more        
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Hollywood Reporter

  3. Gawker Media is Relaunching Defamer

    Defamer logo from back in the day. Gawker Media is relaunching Defamer , the Hollywood gossip site that was folded into Gawker proper back in early 2009 . The website will temporarily be run by former Gawker editor in chief AJ Daulerio, he announced in a post this afternoon . Mr. Daulerio, who left Gawker in January , has been consulting for BuzzMedia since March and will conduct a search for a ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The New York Observer

Quotes

  1. "The question that you guys have raised on the web site today," Brewer said to MacNicol, "is whether it took Gawker.com, a popular blog web site-the headline 'Our Embassy in Afghanistan Guarded by Sexually Confused Frat Boys,' along with...
    on Sep 2, 2009 By: Contessa Brewer Source: Gawker

  2. "It's ironic that on ['Gossip Girl'] we're stalked by a blogger, and now we're the subject of that in real life," Chace told the mag. "I don't read the blogs. I didn't even know what Gawker was until someone told me."
    on Oct 21, 2008 By: Chace Crawford Source: Access Hollywood

  3. "A series of pretentious, Gawker-like vignettes," Ms. Applebaum called these orchestrated tidbits. "Ripped from their respective contexts each item has the same weight as the next. There is no hierarchy, no sense that one enigmatic anecdote...
    on Sep 9, 2009 By: Anne Applebaum Source: New York Times

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