Posted October 24, 2018 09:21:15 It’s been a long week for Polygon.
As a result of the election, our coverage has been cut in half, and the website has been reduced to a static, ad-free site.
That has been a difficult time for all of us at Polygon, and we’ve all been devastated.
The staff and readers of Polygon have been incredibly supportive and supportive, and have kept us going for nearly four years.
We’re hoping that we can start healing from this, and that our community can return to its usual routine.
But it’s also been a really tough week for us, both internally and in our community.
That’s because we’re all still recovering from the election.
It was a scary, scary, dangerous time.
It’s also also been the most exciting time in Polygon’s history, with all of our staff and staff writers working with our friends at Vox Media to bring you the most engaging, thoughtful, and thoughtful journalism on the web.
It has been especially gratifying to see so many people reach out to us after the election: many of them are friends, colleagues, or fans of Polygons work.
We’ve also been able to celebrate some great times in our lives.
Our friends at the BBC, for example, have welcomed us back to their office and we’re happy to announce that we’re now going to be able to continue working with them.
We also want to say a huge thank you to everyone who made this election so difficult.
We will all be back in our jobs soon, and Polygon will be a whole lot better for it.
Thanks again for all your support and for letting us know how you felt about this week.
In the meantime, check out some of the best stories from our week of news.
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