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Former 'Gawker' Staff Tries To Save Site

Vanity Fair considers a new effort to save Gawker from the dustbin of history. “This week, more than a year after the Gawker domain went dormant, a link to a Kickstarter intended to breathe new life into Gawker went live,” it writes. “Launched by a handful of former Gawker employees, the crowd-funding campaign is intended to raise a lofty $500,000 -- enough to, the group hopes, buy the defunct blog out of bankruptcy, save its archives, and relaunch the Web site with new content.”



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