Miami city worker to grandmother: “Put it on the Internet”
After getting hosed by a city worker who dismissed her request for help with a flooded street, the Reddit community got action to help her.
Ganging up on Reddit
Reddit is troubled by organized groups of users which vote down content they disagree with.
Google+ gains attention of Redditors
After a few weeks of Reddit users poking and prodding Google+, the verdict is in: they might not love everything the search giant’s new stab at social networking offers but they certainly love talking about it.
News of the World-linked accounts shut down, but why?
News International says it has an "open" policy on Twitter—but accounts claiming to be ex-employees are still shut.
Smile! You’re on candid MacBook?
A video artist is under investigation for having Apple store computers take pictures of people and send them to him.
Tired of first world problems? Step back in time.
Are you a Gaul unhappy with Roman armies invading your land? A woebegotten Persian who just got whooped by 300 svelte Spartans? Need somewhere to complain? There's a subreddit for that.
Casey Anthony $1M TV offer sparks Twitter rage
So what's an acquitted murder suspect do next? According to Radar Online, Anthony has been offered a cool million to face the very vocal audience of The Jerry Springer Show.
Why we all went loco for LOLCaseys
The Internet is working to one-up itself in a game of inappropriateness, using Casey Anthony as its canvas. By attempting to meme-ify her, has society hit a new low? Or, is this simply a case of Lolcats gone LolCaseys?
The five stages of grief for all-you-can-surf data
People on the Internet react to Verizon Wireless halting the sale of unlimited data plans.
Embarking on massive crowdsourced oral history project
Erik Martin, Reddit’s general manager, wants to mobilize over 4,000 users a month for a year-long oral history project -- which he hopes will be “one of if not the largest oral history projects ever.”
No pics are just no fun
If reactions are any indication, yesterday’s "no pics day" on Reddit was a big flop.
You won’t need to hide behind these masks
Etsy seller finds success selling leather masks and Steampunk items.