Definitions for editorially
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
ed•i•to•ri•alˌɛd ɪˈtɔr i əl, -ˈtoʊr-(n.)
an article in a newspaper or other periodical presenting the opinion of the publishers or editors.
a statement resembling this, as one broadcast on radio presenting the opinion of the station owners or managers.
(adj.)of or pertaining to an editor or editing.
of, pertaining to, or resembling an editorial.
Origin of editorial:
by means of an editorial
"the paper commented editorially on the scandal"
In the manner of an editorial.
in the manner or character of an editor or of an editorial article
Editorially is a new collaborative writing and editing platform. We believe that the web is not merely another distribution pipeline, but a unique and deserving space for both reading and writing. Our goal is to support and encourage that writing process - from the first flash of inspiration all the way through to publication, and at every point in between.Together, our team has worked as writers, editors, publishers, designers, and engineers; we've shipped products, books, and magazines and enjoy debugging code as much as a good copyedit. We believe in agile, inasmuch as we like to move fast and iterate frequently, but our process is practical and flexible, not dogmatic. We think design happens on whiteboards and sketchbooks, in browsers, and yes - even in Photoshop. We value being practical over being ideal. As a small team, we privilege interdisciplinary roles, clear communication, and the ability to work autonomously. We think good writing and good software development have a lot in common.
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