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Martha Stewart Offers Best Sex Advice on Reddit

Reddit is like the Pinterest for men providing enormous amounts of random facts, stories, pictures and endless hours of entertainment. Every so often Reddit dedicates a portion of their entertaining tactics to the ever-popular AMA’s. Not familiar? The AMA’s or “Ask Me Anything” category invites different people from interesting walks of life (celebs included) to an open forum where Reddit …

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Sarah Michelle Gellar Ends the Debate: Spuffy or Bangel?

This week, Sarah Michelle Gellar used Reddit to break a billion Buffy the Vampire Slayer fans’ hearts by ending the much debated question: Spike or Angel? On Thursday, Gellar participated in a Reddit AMA (Ask me Anything). No question was off-limits as she gave her honest opinions on everything from Buffy to Scooby-Doo. Unfortunately this honesty didn’t end well for …

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Reddit to Donate 10% of Ad Revenue to Charity

Although the massively popular beast that is the reddit machine is still struggling to turn a profit, that has in no way dampened its giving spirit. The company has just announced that it is going to donate 10% of this year’s advertising revenue to charity–charities that the reddit community votes upon. When 2014 comes to a close and reddit tallies …

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Imgur Launches MemeGen Meme Generator App For iOS

Last summer, Imgur launched its meme generator tool. Now it has a standalone mobile app version of it, which launched today. The app, for now at least, is only available for iOS, which is interesting considering Imgur launched its main mobile app on Android first (both launched last year). In September, Imgur announced that it had reached 100,000,000 monthly unique …

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We Sure Hope This Red Hot Chili Peppers Fan Likes Bagpipes

Buying concert tickets online is always a scary proposition. Sure, most of the time it works out – most people out there are honest, right? But sometimes you’re left with a pair of tickets to see The Beagles. What, you thought the The Beatles were still touring? Hey buddy, that’s your fault. Name confusion is less likely to blame then …

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Redditor ‘Socializes’ Duckling Using Beard

In a series of revealing photos, a Reddit user known as ‘Spongi’ has documented his rearing of an abandoned duckling named “Peeps,” using his beard in place of its mother’s wing. While unsuccessfully attempting to hatch chicken eggs, Spongi inadvertently came across the duckling – “So my first attempt to hatch out chicken eggs failed, except it turns out one …

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This Reddit Top-200 Visualization Will Help You Waste the Day Away

It’s almost the Thanksgiving holiday, so it’s not like you’re doing anything productive anyway. With that in mind, a new data visualization is here to kill hours, if not days of your life. It’s the 200 top-scoring reddit posts of all time, organized by subreddit. When it comes to “score” (the net numbers of upvotes minus downvotes), it’s clear that …

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Reddit Will Livestream RedditGifts Shopping Network On Black Friday

Reddit announced that it will be hosting an eight-hour livestream on redditgifts.com and its YouTube channel for Black Friday to embrace the “commercial chaos” and “perversion” of the retail holiday head on. After listing several years worth of Black Friday fatalities and injuries, reddit’s erik [hueypriest] says in a blog post: Black Friday is absurd. The day after thanksgiving has …

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Reddit’s Alexis Ohanian Talks Open Internet with Stephen Colbert

Last night, Stephen Colbert’s guest on The Colbert Report was reddit co-founder and open internet advocate Alexis Ohanian. Ohanian is promoting his new book, Without Their Permission, where he explores “the future of the internet for fun, profit, and the good of humankind.” What Colbert refers to as “cultural socialism” is actually the democratization of the internet, and more importantly, …

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Lil’ Kim Took a Redditor’s Awesome Zombie Makeup Art and Used It to Promote Her New Song

So, Lil’ Kim has a new album coming out and has been promoting a new song called “Dead Gal Walking.” It’s making a lot of news, but unfortunately for Lil’ Kim, the reason has nothing to do with the song itself. It’s the album artwork that people are talking about – mainly the fact that it’s totally not hers. Here’s …

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Yelp CEO Addresses All Your Favorite Accusations On Reddit

Yelp CEO Jeremy Stoppelman engaged in a reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) today, taking on an assault of questions about extortion, fake reviews, lawsuits, wages, and just about everything you’ve ever heard people allege about the company. Not that he has any regrets about it. Someone actually asked him if he regretted doing the AMA, and he responded, “Absolutely not. …

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Reddit Co-Founder Alexis Ohanian Gives An ‘At Google’ Talk

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian recently gave an “At Google” talk to discuss his book Without Their Permission. Google has now made it available for all to watch. More At Google Talks here. Image: YouTube

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