Fark’s Drew Curtis: From Web 1.0 pioneer to governor?
by Ricardo Bilton
The Web may have burnt out 12-year blogging veteran Andrew Sullivan, but Fark founder Drew Curtis is as invested in it as he’s ever been. It’s been 16 years since the then-26 year-old Curtis launched Fark, a Web 1.0 community-based aggregator that predates the likes of Digg, reddit and even MySpace. And despite its age, Fark still draws over 3 million unique visitors.Read the full article
foxnews.com - 70 Tweets - Drew Curtis, founder of the offbeat news site Fark.com, announced Monday that he’s running for Kentucky governor, entering a highly competitive race as a first-time candidate.