Also in today's Reddit Digest: Steven Levitt, author of Freakonomics, hosts an AMA.
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r/TheoryOfReddit discusses the "correct" reasons to downvote something. (r/TheoryOfReddit)
Admin alienth states to r/LeagueofLegends that vote cheating and other forms of manipulation are becoming common in esports-related subreddits. (r/MetaHub)
Steven Levitt, author of Freakonomics, hosts an AMA. (r/IAMA)
Have any conspiracy theories ever turned out to be correct? (r/AskHistorians)
What did Jesus do for fun? (r/AskHistorians)
Can monkeys whistle? (r/AskScience)
Instead of standard bread, try tortillas next time. (r/LifeProTips)
Why isn't Wikipedia filled with crap? (Uh, it isn't?) (r/explainlikeimfive)
Redditor gives a fellow user something far greater than Reddit gold: a $50 donation to an autism charity. (r/defaultgems)
- Reddit detective uncovers a potential sex scandal involving Houston elite using just a picture posted by another redditor. (r/bestof)
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