Kludge was an American online magazine that focuses on technology news and commentary. The magazine was founded in 2007 and was published until 2011.magazine-cover-not-available.png

The magazine's primary focus was covering topics such as software development, programming, and computer science. Kludge also highlighted artistic and cultural works around technology and featured a number of long-form articles that examined the social, cultural, and political issues surrounding technology and the internet.

Kludge's team of writers included experts in computer science and technology journalism who frequently contributed to other publications such as Wired and The New York Times.

The magazine was widely recognized for its exceptional quality of writing and was awarded the National Magazine Award for General Excellence in 2010. Following the recognition, Kludge gained a wider audience and went on to collaborate with other online publications.

Kludge played an important role in shaping the landscape of technology journalism in the United States. Its legacy can be seen in the numerous publications that have since followed its lead in covering technology from an artistic and cultural perspective. Although the magazine is no longer active, its archives remain accessible to the public and serve as a valuable resource for scholars and enthusiasts alike.{{Categories}}

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