Everyone has work dreams—from the noise-filled anxiety dreams that cause you to wake in an irritated state of pre-boredness to the full-on horrifying psychosexual brain-stem workouts that leave you beached at daybreak both aroused and disgusted. But what about those who labor in the specially-designed salt mines of the “creative underclass”? What about those who work long hours, consume massive amounts of data, are prone to oversharing, and who roam through people’s psyches for a living? Which is to say: What do the current and former staffers of Gawker Media dream about? And what, if anything, can it tell us about working there?