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The New York Times scales back TimesPeople
Can a newspaper host a social network? The end of a three-year-old experiment at the New York Times suggests not.
Reddit: A home for wanted posters in the digital age?
Finding people can be even easier when you use the crowd
Facebook thinks of the children with new profile option
If telling your friends and family that you're expecting a child is too much of a hassle, that task can now be delegated to your Facebook profile.
The cat video to end all cat videos
YouTube comedian-singer Mike Polk, Jr. sends up the cute-kittens-playing genre.
Google+’s big community challenge
Reports of a traffic drop and complaints about policies are taking the shine off Google+, the search engine's new social network.
Exempt yourself from online background checks
Remove your records from online background check services. Here's how!
Sarcastic Twitter trend generates controversy
The sarcasm of #blamethemuslims isn't enjoyed by all
Redditors mixed on branded communities
New marketing possibilities come to Reddit
Reddit’s fib-busting army of one
Lying to Reddit isn't as easy as it looks.
Reddit gets alien backstory wrong
Reddit has a smart way of handling user submissions, most of the time.
Simple Windows script aids addicted redditors
Addicted to Reddit? This quick trick can save you from yourself.
In the name of science — give me a break!
Reddit’s altruistic scientists need a break.
Dethroned and celebrating
The top YouTuber was dethroned but his fans are more upset than he is. 
Justin Bieber’s scariest YouTube fan
JaredMilton has posted a loopy defense of Justin Bieber that has YouTubers uploading.
Meet Etsy’s “sexy” new CEO
Etsy's CTO Chad Dickerson steps up to become the arts-and-crafs community's new CEO.
Reddit spawns smart discussions—and smart trolls
Reddit user KILL365 isn’t your average attention-seeking troll. 
Changes coming to Reddit
Erik Martin answers questions on Reddit
The subreddit-sphere (a visualization)
The top 500 subreddits by subscriber count are shown in this Daily Dot infographic.