Hacker News, a popular online community for sharing news, entertainment, technology, and more, has just announced that the Office Depot blog is now open to all.
The blog’s blog post, titled “The Office Depot Blog, Open” notes that it’s been in the works for some time, and it was initially a collaboration between the company and The Office, a Washington, D.C.-based social media and entertainment company.
The announcement reads, “The new blog will allow you to post content, engage with the community, and receive exclusive deals, promotions, and other news that are posted to our blogs in the new year.
We’re so excited to bring the Office to more people!”
The blog will feature content about the Office and its various products.
In addition to a full-length blog, the blog will also feature articles on office supplies, news and events, fashion, and much more.
The post reads, “‘The Office’ is one of the most recognizable brands in the world.
We’ve been building it from the ground up and now, with The Office Blog, we’re bringing that same passion to the entire office community.”
The Office blog, which was launched on December 8, will feature exclusive posts from some of the company’s top personalities, such as CEO Paul Sacca and Chief Product Officer Andrew Wiebe.
The Office has also announced that they will launch an official Tumblr, which will feature all of their original content.
The official blog has been updated with more than 8,000 posts, which is impressive, considering that the blog only has 2,600 followers.
The blog has already been shared over 25,000 times.
Some of the posts are fun, such like this one where Sacca explains why he decided to buy the office supply company The Office and then talks about how he has “learned so much about The Office from reading about it on Facebook.”
The blog also includes an exclusive article on how The Office sells its products.
A few of the more informative posts include a video interview with Sacca, as well as a piece on the company giving employees a chance to tell their own stories, as one of its employees shared on the blog.