You may notice that the site you love has a new look. But the visual refresh,
while substantial and welcome, is just the tip of the iceberg. We've changed
far more in the deep infrastructure of ReadWrite.
ReadWrite 4.0: ReadWrite's July 2014 redesign
Since its earliest days, one of ReadWrite's core obsessions has been the tools
used to create the Web. And yet for most of our history, we didn't have the
resources to make the most of those technologies ourselves.
That changed two and a half years ago, when Say Media acquired ReadWrite. Say
Media is a media company and a technology company. Some organizations struggle
to reconcile those identities, but one of the things that makes this place
special is that we don't see a contradiction.
Since Say became ReadWrite's publisher, we've released three new versions of
the site. You can call this one ReadWrite 4.0. And the best news is that the
software underpinning the site will let us engage in even more rapid change in
Say Media's Ross Hattori and Ben Trott discuss ReadWrite 4.0's launch.
## The Fourth Is Strong With This One
ReadWrite is now running on Tempest, Say ...