The good people on Reddit deserve a better platform.
On Jul 16, 2015 by Nick Douglas
Pao's departure was initially cheered by redditors who thought she was pushing for censorship.
On Jul 15, 2015 by Aaron Sankin
The future of the Internet is at stake.
On Nov 18, 2014 by Chris Osterndorf
Yishan Wong took to Quora to explain: He just wanted to downvote the rent.
On Nov 14, 2014 by Aaron Sankin
The move follows a turbulent few months for the social link-sharing service.
On Nov 13, 2014 by Eric Geller
A former Reddit programmer didn’t just burn his bridges—he completely demolished them.
On Oct 6, 2014 by Fernando Alfonso III
Ello is nothing short of brave. But only time will tell if it is also stupid.
On Oct 1, 2014 by Gillian Branstetter
Reddit's new Terms of Service agreement canonizes the site's moderators between a rock and a hard place.
On Dec 13, 2013 by L. Rhodes
Admins tried to set the record straight on some common misconceptions about the social news site.
On Aug 6, 2013 by Kris Holt
Reddit's success has come from giving the crowd freedom to control Reddit. When that causes problems, the site's admins see only one viable solution: more user freedom.
On Mar 8, 2013 by Kevin Morris
Also in today's Reddit Digest: kicking heroin with ramen noodles, confronting a creepy guy friend, and cartoon characters you're oddly attracted to. Also, the "Super Mario" theme song has lyrics?
On Jan 9, 2013 by Cooper Fleishman
How could you, Yishan Wong?!`
On Jan 3, 2013 by Kris Holt