If you were watching MSNBC's Way Too Early yesterday morning, for some reason, you may have noticed that the network's news ticker appeared to have been hijacked by someone who, despite a prodigious vocabulary, was making absolutely no sense.
If you're seeing the above redirect message to Facebook when you try to visit, oh, pretty much any webpage (Gawker included), you're not alone. Starting about 15 minutes ago, an apparent glitch with Facebook Connect triggered the problem. In addition to Gawker Media, there were reports of issues at NYMag.com, ESPN, CNN, Hulu and apparently dozens of other sites. We're working on figuring out the problem but for now, here's how you can fix it: Sign out of Facebook. That should let you continue to read about the Snow Storm to End All Snow Storms and Justin Bieber's mom. We'll update when we know more.
Good morning! Welcome back from the long holiday weekend. If you're like us, you're probably wondering why pictures of Michael Showalter and Michael Ian Black are the first things you see at the top of the home page. It's a glitch, we're told, that's running art from two different ad campaigns on the site right now. Update: the whole thing has been taken down until the issue is resolved. Thanks, ad folks.