Highlights from Jose Canseco's bizarre AMA
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- Redditors share information and opinions as the hunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects unfolds. (r/news)
- r/TheoryOfReddit discusses r/findbostonbombers and other subreddits that have popped up in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing. (r/TheoryOfReddit)
- Dirty underwear, "Your Mom" jokes, and more fill an AMA hosted by baseball great Jose Canseco. (r/IAMA)
- Upon hearing that redditor katiexleigh had to spend money she was saving on emergency dental work, fellow redditor Asron87 donated an Xbox to her. (r/bestof)
- Some members of the r/libertarian subreddit plan to boycott r/politics until its mods step down or it is removed as a default subreddit. (r/SubredditDrama)
- r/AskHistorians details the gradual change of the American accent. (r/AskHistorians)
- Do different types of liquor have different effects? (r/AskScience)
First, let's get rid of all the workplace perks
Would employees rather have craft beer or better pay?
Stop saying the Oregon shooter's name
Is that how the victims would want to be remembered—by the man who killed them?
Chris Mintz is an American hero—but can someone tell Ben Carson he shouldn’t have to be?
American heroes shouldn't be risking their lives because the government can't solve our gun problems.
T-Mobile CEO blasts Microsoft for alleged AT&T exclusivity deal
The Twitter rampage did not mince words.
Netflix is about to increase the price of its most popular subscription
The standard plan will cost $10.
This startup open-sourced its diversity policies so others can copy them and iterate
It's a starter kit for HR policies that can make startups more diverse.
Amazon's 'Handmade' will battle Etsy for online craft dominance
The battle of the handmade merchandise is on.
Google just bought abcdefghijklmnopqrstu- vwxyz.com
Google is really taking the alphabet thing seriously.
Facebook's 'Dislike' button has evolved, and here's what it looks like now
You'll soon be able to express emotions for each post and comment.
California enacts strong new online-privacy law as debate continues on national version
It's one of the toughest privacy laws in the country.
As Internet use surges in Vietnam, users scramble to stay secure
More people in Vietnam are online than ever before. But can their security keep up?
Body cam footage shows Ohio police officer getting shot in the chest
The Cleveland officer pleaded with the suspect while trying to save his life.
Hillary Clinton's email server was vulnerable for years, IT firm says
The FBI reportedly told the company this year not to encrypt Clinton's emails.
Kevin McCarthy and the House Republican meltdown, explained
This is basically just a 'Veep' episode at this point.
China arrests hackers at the request of the U.S. government
But details are in short supply.