The website is dead; long live the network

Andrew Carrier
Mar 30, 2015 · 5 min read
TheProdigalGuide.com as she was the day we turned her off

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The Prodigal Guide

First published in 2007 as a sandpit for two old friends to play in, The Prodigal Guide grew up to be the web’s most irreverent miscellany of extravagance. Today, we’re more informed and better connected — but still deeply devoted to tomfoolery.

Andrew Carrier

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CMO at @DolfinHQ. Writes mostly about finance, technology and the media but has occasional watch, car or gadget-related outbursts on @ProdigalGuide

The Prodigal Guide

First published in 2007 as a sandpit for two old friends to play in, The Prodigal Guide grew up to be the web’s most irreverent miscellany of extravagance. Today, we’re more informed and better connected — but still deeply devoted to tomfoolery.