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Still need a gift for your tech-obsessed loved one? Just want to grab something special for yourself? Look no further than The Verge merch store. Today is the final day of our big Black Friday weekend sale. Take 30 percent off shirts and hats, 20 percent off tote bags, 40 percent off ceramic mugs, and so much more!
We’ve just added three brand new shirts to The Verge merch store inspired by various jokes sure to be familiar to the eagle eyed Verge reader. If you’re also wondering what a photo is now or are concerned about the future of content moderation these are for you. Plus, we’ve made the perfect shirt for fans of Decoder and yes, org charts.
In addition to new gear, we’ve also released The Verge store holiday gift guide. If you’re looking for a gift for The Verge reading gadget lover in your life, we’ve got you covered.
But Brave takes it a step further and strips a common Tailwind class we used for positioning the header: “bottom-0”. Why? We can only guess the Brave team decided to remove anything with the word ‘bot’ in it… a noble thought, but a touch overkill in practice, given the popularity of Tailwind and unpredictability of CSS class names.
Thank you, Brave, for what may have been The Verge’s most comical bug to date. (And please stop stripping bottom-0.)
Last week we unveiled our partnership with dbrand that includes two new device skin designs: blocks and monogram. Early orders are beginning to arrive to customers and we can’t wait to see them on peoples’ devices. Including yours, so follow this link to order your own The Verge x dbrand skins.
Blocks and Monogram are new custom designs from The Verge and are available in either skin or case form from dbrand for all of your favorite devices.
I’m excited to announce that the full archive of Command Line, my weekly newsletter about the tech industry’s inside conversation, is now accessible on our website.
Since early January, I’ve been taking subscribers deeper into the companies and personalities we cover here on The Verge every day. A good example is last week’s issue on the headset wars, featuring my visit to Apple HQ to try the Vision Pro and more from inside Meta’s big all-hands meeting with employees.
Our updated FAQ has everything you need to know about logging in to view full issues of Command Line, managing your subscription, and more. The next issue drops this Friday.
Apple’s Vision Pro isn’t coming until 2024, but you can grab new headset-themed gear from The Verge right now! Plus, you can use promo code: VISION to take 10% off 8-Bit Getaway products. Shop Now on The Verge store
Every week, I’ll bring you scoops, interviews, and analysis you won’t find anywhere else.
The Verge is almost always hiring, and right now we’re looking for a big Verge fan with big journalism ambition to join us as a fellow for the next year. We’re also hiring a Space Reporter to join our Science team, a Designer to work with our Art team, and a Senior Editor focused on Search. Come apply to work with us!
Hi, I’m Will, the senior creative director of The Verge. We’re already working on the next set of improvements and new features for the site, and we hear you on legibility. The new site meets the same accessibility standards set by our last web platform, but accessibility work is never done. We will continue to raise the bar, and we value all of your feedback (including the impressive light mode hacks circulating on Twitter!), so keep sharing and stay tuned.