Credit cards, too. Also in today's digest: Does length matter (in titles of posts)? What are the most epic songs to drive to? And will we witness the downfall of the Internet?
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You can now pay for Reddit Gold using credit cards and bitcoins. (r/blog)
Redditors discuss the structure and humor of both Reddit and 4chan. (r/TheoryOfReddit)
Does length matter … in titles of posts in intellectual subreddits? (r/TheoryOfReddit)
What are the most epic songs to drive to? (r/AskReddit)
You have just been stranded on a cruise ship for a week. As soon as you depart, do you A) hug family & friends; B) find some decent food; C) host an AMA? (r/IAMA)
Deadliest Warrior host Max Geiger comments in a thread discussing the uselessness of, uh, Max Geiger. (r/defaultgems)
Will we see a downfall of the Internet within 5 years? (r/defaultgems)
When an r/news mod prohibits certain sources from being submitted, things turn ugly. (r/SubredditDrama)
What did the ancient Romans consider fat? (r/AskHistorians)
- r/AskScience debates the longevity of donated organs. (r/AskScience)
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