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Why isn’t this Georgia school clerk the viral sensation of the year?

Social media seems to be ignoring Antoinette Tuff. What is it that makes some heros more Internet-loveable than others?

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Why the Internet needs a red light district

First of all, the UK porn ban isn’t really a porn ban. Second, would bans make porn more dangerous?

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Is there room for racism on Reddit?

The ban of r/n****rs has sympathizers claiming none of Reddit’s Five Rules were actually broken. Should this matter? Does racism belong on Reddit?

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A postmortem for the age of privacy

Privacy is a historical idea, and it had its moment in the sun. Maybe now we need to get used to the shade. 

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Is Reddit outgrowing Reddit?

Is the powerful community perhaps getting too big? Some Redditors worry that the Reddit they know and love may be disappearing. 

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The new middle class of the Internet

No more total fame or total obscurity. Thanks to the Internet, there’s a whole lot of in between. 

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How memes are killing the Internet (and our collective soul)

In a way, the Internet is a mirror of our collective unconcious. What does it show us about what we really think?

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Chris Dorner and the Internet’s outlaw worship

Dear Internet: Chris Dorner is not your hero.

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