Also in today's Reddit Digest: the most depressing movies, the best meta subreddits, and a 2,300-person DNA strand.
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- r/TheoryOfReddit lists the most interesting subreddits and websites for discussing the Reddit community. (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- "Looks at Sudden Clarity Clarence Meme... Realizes He Knows Who It Is." (r/defaultgems)
- Redditors list the most depressing movies they have ever seen. (r/movies)
- Anna Fricke, current producer of Being Human, hosts an AMA.. (r/IAMA)
- Men of Reddit discuss their favorite women's clothes. (r/AskMen)
- Women of Reddit list their favorite subreddits. (r/AskWomen)
- A mod in r/writing draws the ire of many of the subreddit's members. (r/SubredditDrama)
- Are historians archiving digital information for future generations to use? (r/AskHistorians)
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