Ars Technic’s sister publication, TechCrunch, has a new look, with an entirely new design and a brand new title.
But the site’s layout and interface remain the same, so you’ll have to make do with a couple of familiar pages.
That’s because TechCrunch’s business model isn’t the same as other tech media outlets.
Its editorial direction is more closely aligned with the larger media landscape, and it’s based in San Francisco, a place with a strong tech and tech-focused community.
That means it focuses more on content and less on a business model that’s all about eyeballs.
“The big difference between TechCrunch and other outlets is that TechCrunch is really the only place you’ll find content from our team,” a TechCrunch spokesperson told Ars.
“If you want to know what our tech-centric content is, that’s our website.
And our content isn’t in any way exclusive to TechCrunch.
We’re in every other city we cover.”
TechCrunch also offers a news section, where readers can get inside the newsroom.
But that’s where the similarities end.
TechCrunch has been in a tough spot, with its new editor in chief, Steve Huffman, a former Google employee who left the company in 2013.
Huffman’s first major move was to hire a former Facebook executive, Kara Swisher, to be the company’s CTO, replacing Mark Pincus, who had been the site-wide CTO for five years.
It’s Huffman who has presided over the site in a more hands-on role, with Huffman overseeing the tech and editorial team and Swisher in charge of the product.
Huffmann has also made clear he doesn’t think TechCrunch can survive without tech-related content.
“TechCrunch is very much a media outlet,” Huffman told Ars earlier this year.
“We are a news outlet.
We are a tech-oriented outlet.
And we’re an entertainment-oriented, tech-centered outlet.”
TechInsights has always been a product of TechCrunch but the company has been more open about its newsroom policies.
When I asked Huffman if he would change any of the site terms, he said, “No, we are a business and not a journalism organization.
TechInsight is a product and we are all journalists.
That is the nature of our mission and what we do.
I’m not going to change the news or the content of TechInsiders, but we will be a more responsible organization.”
TechCulture has been a separate company for several years, but has now moved into the news and tech side of Tech Crunch.
TechCultures newsroom policy includes an “open letter to tech news organizations,” which includes a list of policies that journalists should adhere to.
Tech Culture also has a dedicated blog, which is a place for readers to read posts from other tech journalists.
But TechCultural’s policy is all about tech-specific content, not just tech news.
For example, TechCculture doesn’t publish tech-only content.
Instead, the site publishes articles from other TechCrunch editors, including some that are tech-friendly.
Tech Crunch and TechCyrstal are both part of a larger digital media company called TechMedia, which has a similar philosophy to TechCyphers.
TechMedia is run by a team of tech and media professionals, but it’s not a media company.
Rather, TechMedia’s mission is to create a platform for tech news and technology content, including TechCyrus content.
This doesn’t mean that TechCyms content is necessarily biased toward tech or tech-driven products, as some critics have pointed out.
But it does mean that it’s less likely to include tech-biased coverage of issues that affect people in the tech industry, including people of color, women, LGBTQ people, and immigrants.
“I think that’s a good place to start,” said Alex Giambrone, a policy and legal analyst with the Center for Digital Democracy, who’s worked with TechCytems team for years.
“What they’re trying to do is really to bring tech and technology issues into the mainstream conversation, to give people a voice, to make it a place that people can talk about these issues without having to be on the fence.
They’re really trying to put these issues on the map in the public discourse.”
When TechCrunch started in 2013, it was a very different kind of startup than today.
Its mission was to “bring the power of the internet to the mainstream,” and its editor in Chief, Josh Tetrick, was a longtime employee of Facebook and a member of the company from its earliest days.
In the first few months, it had a fairly clear vision of what the site was going to be, and Tetrick and his team were excited about its potential to disrupt the news business.
In 2014, the company hired Huffman as its new CTO.
By 2017, TechHub had already been born and had attracted a ton