Which Grammy nominee was holding an AMA during the show?
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r/funny is seeking mods! (r/metahub)
What kinds of bots does Reddit have? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
Drama occurs in r/subredditdrama about drama in r/subredditdrama. This can only lead to drama. In r/subredditdrama. (r/subredditdrama)
Reddit saves the day! Redditor stuck in Boston without his medication is helped by the r/boston community. (r/bestof)
Both a Grammy Awards performer and a Grammy Awards nominee host AMAs on the day of the ceremony. (r/IAMA)
What would be the best archaeological digs if the oceans were drained? (r/askhistorians)
Dongle, kerfuffle, flibbertigibbet, and other terms are all nominated for the English language's silliest words. (r/AskReddit)
What is an itch? (r/AskScience)
- Grammar Nazis, sharpen your skills: when do we use "which" and "that"? (r/explainlikeimfive)
Donald Trump is right about the Middle East
Believe it or not, Trump has a point about Iraq.
The digital future of work is leaving the poor behind
Telecommuting is putting an end to long commutes—for everyone but those who need it most.
How to use Twitter Moments
Get your daily dose of information a whole lot easier.
Microsoft's new Band is more expensive and more comfortable than its first
Microsoft's smartwatch alternative lost weight, but gained a higher price
Microsoft unveils the Surface Book, a true MacBook competitor
Microsoft is launching a hybrid notebook with Apple-like pricing.
Microsoft HoloLens might be the future of video gaming
It's impossible to watch this demo and not want to play with HoloLens right now.
Facebook plans to beam Internet to Africa from space
It's the company's first satellite to connect the world.
A guide to Tinder's new swipe-up Super Like feature
Make it count.
Democrats beat Republicans on Facebook grammar, Grammarly study shows
When you argue about politics on Facebook, everyone loses.
European court throws out U.S.–E.U. data-sharing pact over NSA surveillance
This could have major consequences on both sides of the pond.
4chan 'beta uprising' spreads countless threats of more school massacres
4chan's /r9k/ imageboard has completely lost it.
George Zimmerman denies he meant to retweet photo of Trayvon Martin's dead body
'To this date I have not, nor will I ever tweet any image of the Fultons or Martins.'
Edward Snowden says he's offered to go to prison 'many times'
He's just waiting for the U.S. government to call him back.
Tennessee county considering resolution asking God not to smite them for gay marriage rules
Resolution asks God to 'pass us by in His Coming Wrath.'
Hillary Clinton tries to flip the script on Benghazi in first 2016 ad
For Democrats, McCarthy's remarks are the gift that keeps on giving.