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- Reddit bans POTATO_IN_MY_ANUS, the most vocal defender of its former most controversial user, violentacrez. (r/SubredditDrama)
- Why? Reddit’s new community manager, Dacvak, won’t go into specifics, but explains it has something to do with Reddit’s policy about posting explicit images of minors. (r/SubredditDrama)
- Meanwhile, violentacrez, using an alternate account, says he did not delete his account because of the upcoming Gawker story. (r/self)
- What do you think about as you fall asleep? All of your troubles, or spaceships? (r/self)
- What happens when fruit ripens? (r/askscience)
- Are sites like Reddit a threat to blogs like BoingBoing? Cory Doctorow—a BoingBoing editor—says “no.” (r/IAmA)
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