Mashable has grown immensely since its humble beginnings in 2006. As we continue to move from a niche blog to a full-fledged news site, the topics we cover and the ways readers connect with us are changing.
You can now find Mashable articles under seven channels: Social Media, Tech, Business, Entertainment, US & World, Lifestyle and Watercooler. Each has a set of subtopics, such as Gaming and TV under Entertainment and Advertising and Startups under Business, so you can dive deeper into more specific coverage areas.
With this restructuring of Mashable content comes a change in our presence on the social web. While many readers visit the website directly or subscribe to our RSS feed, others prefer to read news via daily emails or Twitter and Facebook pages. Now that we've aligned our social accounts to match our new site topics, we thought we'd let you know how to find us however works best for you.
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