Every decision they have made has seemed to go against the grain of the community, but since it was the only blogging network of its kind with any merit, people stayed.
Missing E came along, and made everyone’s lives better. Rather than adding the features everyone obviously wanted, the company spent it’s time focusing instead of finding ways to ban, or make any user of the addon suffer annoying warnings until they removed it.
Tumblr issued a C&D earlier this week to the website istumblrdown.com, accusing its owner, Zach Inglis, of trademark infringement and trading on Tumblr’s famous name.
Nice one, Tumblr. -_-
Here at TIME, we’re working on a guide to the best Tumblrs out there—and we need your help.
What Tumblr can’t you live without? Whether it’s news, fashion, design or animals wearing clothes, we want to hear your favorites.
Reply to this post with your picks. (and include the URL) We’ll mark popular suggestions as “Readers’ Choice” in our final list.
Time did a list like this a year and a half ago, and we got a nod then. It was cool. But if we had to choose again and could only pick one that’s never been on Time’s list, we’d totally say this site.
The Washington Post, one of our country’s greatest newspapers, just sold for 1/4 the price of Tumblr.