Donnybrook Redesign Better Than Stereogum’s, It Is Declared

Written by  //  March 26, 2008  //  Donnyblurbs  //  3 Comments

March 26th, 2008

Denver, CO-

Donnybrook is “the new Stereogum,” says an unnamed, yet obviously brilliant, unbiased and classy source. This source, while remaining anonymous, maintains that as far as sources go, he or she is an important source, one to be respected in the design community, as well as a critic and appreciator of good writing and music, a Renaissance Person perhaps. On top of all this, this unnamed source happens to be a lawyer, and a Notary Public, and after making such declarations about Donnybrook being “much, much better than” Stereogum, this source decided to draft up a contract deeming it so in writing, henceforth, it shall be known; and this source notarized it and sent it to Washington, D.C., so that it might be made into law, or at least perhaps a holiday for the kids to get school off: Donnybrook is Better Than Stereogum Day.

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3 Comments on "Donnybrook Redesign Better Than Stereogum’s, It Is Declared"

  1. Toastface Killa March 26, 2008 at 11:21 am · Reply

    I must concur with this assessment.

    Did anyone notice how, after 100+ comments that were mostly negative critiques, they abandoned their crazy sidebar arrangement and reverted to the content-in-the-middle structure? Admittedly, that made it roughly 50% more readable.

  2. Father Guido Sarducci IV
    Guido Sarducci IV March 26, 2008 at 2:06 pm · Reply

    I can’t even look at Stereogum anymore, which is damn lame considering I use to use them as a benchmark for awesomeness when it came to site design. Shame on you Stereogum, but thanks for giving us the edge.

  3. Candy is Dandy March 26, 2008 at 2:26 pm · Reply

    I really liked the headphones. What were they thinking??????

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