Greetings, citizens of Gizmodo! It’s a holiday weekend in America—a time when we like to grill meats and blow stuff up. Here’s hoping you had the day off today or are moving into a badass weekend. »
For today’s Open Thread, we thought we’d mix it up and get Gizmodo’s staffers in to answer your questions and rejoice in the impending weekend together. What’s going on, Gizmodo? »
It’s the weekend, friends! In America, it’s a long weekend — Monday is off for Memorial Day, and everyone barbecues, as dictated by tradition. What’s cooking, Gizmodo?
TGIF, Gizmodo citizens. Against all odds, we’ve made it to another Friday. Unless we’re stuck in some kind of time loop and we never left last Friday. Either way, it’s nearly the weekend. Pull up a chair and your beverage of choice. How the hell are you? »
We could talk about the Apple Watch. We could also talk about nothing related to the damned watch. Happy Friday, Gizmodo. What’s on your mind?
Today is News Editor Eric Limer’s last day at Gizmodo. All week we’ve been saying RIP Limer, because in a few short hours (after a lot of drinks) he will be dead to us.
What a week. I’m about to go spend my weekend with extended family and old friends. What a weekend. What’ve you got lined up? »
Last week at this time it was sunny. Now it's snowing outside. At the end of March. This week, amiright? All I want to do is think about the movies I'll be mainlining this weekend. Good riddance, week. »
The sun is shining here in New York City for what feels like the first time in 100 years. The sun now stays up past 4pm. Winter is vanquished! And this week has been big for White Noise. Let's talk amongst ourselves. »
Whatever dumbass said April was the cruelest month had clearly never lived in a cold climate during February. This month is terrible, starting with Groundhog Day, which is both kind of mean to a groundhog and almost always a bleak reminder that winter is nowhere near over. Then there's Valentine's Day. »
There are only a handful of hours left in the work week before you can start prepping for face-stuffing and football-watching on Super Bowl Sunday. This year's big game will feature 44,928 LED lights (which will hopefully stay on), two teams, one Katy Perry, and not a single drone. It's all bound to be entertaining. »
It's basically summer, guys. We're a week away from February which is a month away from March which is the magical month when spring officially starts. We're almost there. You can almost feel the non-freezing April showers and smell the May flowers. »