Reality Sandwich, a magazine curating content for transformational culture, is expected to launch a fully redesigned site early this week.
Curious about what to expect?
For starters, more community participation: upvotes, downvotes, videos, news streams and more.
Here’s an interview that co-founder and editor-in-chief, Ken Jordan, did with Zoe Helene at Huffington Post:
What are some of the major changes on the new site?
We’re continuing to do all the things we currently do on Reality Sandwich — the long articles, the essays, the different features. I like that most people think of Reality Sandwich as a place to go for a full range of long, in-depth articles about transformational culture, so that will stay the same.
We’re adding a way to post a lot of short, newsy little posts from our editors and the community that creates a continual stream about what’s happening in the scene. We’ll still have our writers, but we want to add a special community area where anybody can post and the community can vote up or down when they find something they think is interesting.