11 years can come and go quickly, so quickly in fact that’s hard to think that we’ve been around for just that long. This month, October, celebrates Neowin’s 11th birthday as a site that strives to cover Microsoft and other tech news, and this wouldn’t be possible without the fantastic community that we have. Cheers, everyone!
As a way for the staff to properly thank all the members who have stuck with us, we announced a giveaway in the forums for ten members that have been around before October 1, 2011. Generated randomly, the winners, and now subscribers, are listed below. You should be receiving your free upgrade to a Tier 2 subscription for a year in the next few days.
Congratulations, and enjoy all the features that come with your subscription such as an ad-free Neowin!
Along with the thanks to our old members, we wish to reach out and also thank all those new members who sign up and become part of our great community here. As such, we have also awarded (as per the giveaway) ten Tier 2 subscriptions to new members who have signed up after October 1 and continued to be part of the community.
All the members listed above will receive their Tier 2 subscription shortly, so enjoy.
Also, the staff have been working hard over the past couple of weeks to decide on changes to the way we are delivering news to you: the readers.
We decided that news regurgitation and unnecessary articles will be a thing of the past, replaced with fresh, engaging and interesting content with a more friendly style. We have been listening to feedback about our news reporting, and we feel like it’s time to personalize and bring tech news back to a level that is more enjoyable to read.
Along with this new style of news that we hope you’ll enjoy, we are accelerating our original content and feature articles. As you may have noticed, we have recently been pushing out regular reviews, and that will continue to occur along with more editorials, more opinion and more original analysis than before.
This is just part of what's happening; our changes are explained in more detail in this forum thread, so check that our for more on how Neowin is changing.
We hope everyone appreciates the direction we are headed, and while it won’t happen overnight and will take some work on the part of the news staff, we hope the end result will be a better Neowin.
- The News and Editorial Team