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Articles tagged "reddit"
Hey, Internet: Got questions for Rob Rhinehart, CEO and inventor of Soylent? Well, ask away.
Happy hunting, redditors.
If this is real, it's the worst idea on the internet today.
Or just some expert trolling.
Don't ever send a subreddit a cease and decease letter, especially to defend a trademark.
Hundreds of thousands of Reddit users contemplate/crack jokes at a gruesome image of a couple that died in coitus.
If any of you NSA analysts out there feel like joining in, try not to read your match's credit card history.
This is what happens before and after you write the top post on the front page of the internet.
The insanity is inside all of us.
The non-profit National Geographic Society joined the "front page of the Internet," with 11 NatGeo writers and editors now helping moderate the r/science subthread.
Zhu Ling's story begins with her poisoning in 1995, and ends with the Boston bombing, high-ranking government officials, and calls for someone's head.
The original meaning of a troll is found in Scandinavian mythology, in which trolls are “creatures bent on mischief and wickedness.”
Reddit has no more reason to apologize for misidentifying suspects than Twitter, 4Chan, or Facebook does. Then again, some of its loudest users do.
A persistent hacker wants to make Reddit miserable. The question is, who?
Is amateur sleuthing as bad as internet vigilantism?
The new Explain Like I'm Five web series is a hit with bloggers, and Reddit hopes it sparks a trend.
Reddit's PR problem spilled out of the web and gave the geek festival something to talk about.
The billionaire got really hip this week, however, when he showed up on Reddit to host an AMA and be the butt of a bunch of Internet geeks' jokes.
The former Wired editor-in-chief, founder of hobbyist drone firm 3D Robotics, and subject of Motherboard's latest documentary, Drone On, will be taking questions on DIY, leaving the magazine to focus on civilian drones full time, and any other burnin…
Obama got reelected, so a bunch of rich assholes say they have no choice but to fire their employees. There are now "reports trickling in":http://twitchy.com/2012/11/08/layoff-bomb-detonates-large-corporations-join-small-businesses-in-announcing-mass…
How Obama targeted his voters.