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Here's a stunning, alternate angle to one of the most important photographs ever taken. Why do most Chinese have no idea the Tiananmen Square massacre even happened? Redditor tofued gives a personal account (/r/bestof)
The botnet allegedly created by Ron Paul supporters on Reddit is still active and still dropping 14-20 downvotes on its creator's ideological foes. (/r/SubredditDrama)
I'm going to have try out this life pro tip later today: "Use an empty glass vase or jug to amplify the shit out of music on your phone, as well as pick up more of the low-end frequencies." (/r/LifeProTips)
r/science is trying to rein in off-topic comments and jokes. That's not a bad idea for a subreddit with 1.3 million subscribers that aims to "provide interesting and factually accurate scientific information." (If it works, hopefully I can start adding more r/science links to the digest.) (/r/science)
Did I miss something? Let me know in the comments.
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