Also in today's Reddit Digest: r/Boston reacts, mods rejigger the front page, and r/randomactsofpizza delivers.
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- r/Boston reacts to the explosions at the Boston Marathon, starting with this thread. (r/Boston)
- A volunteer of the Boston Marathon hosts an AMA from the explosion site. (r/IAMA)
- Reddit admins, in response to the Boston Marathon explosions, have temporarily made r/news a default subreddit. (r/MetaHub)
- r/randomactsofpizza helps out those affected by the explosions in Boston. (r/bestof)
- Which actor or actress deserves a major comeback? (r/movies)
- How was sliced bread initially perceived by the public? Was it really the best thing? (r/AskHistorians)
- r/AskScience lists what is actually known about the correlation between violence and video games. (r/askscience)
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