“If this post gets 10,000 upvotes, I’ll get Mutti tattooed on my ass!” announced Reddit user Errk_ fu in June, linking to a portrait of Angela Merkel.
El internet está circulando un volante, parece profesional, que anuncia un descuento del 40% en Starbucks para cualquier inmigrante indocumentado que el 11 de agosto use la clave “UNAFRAID” (’SIN MIEDO’). El anuncio dice que forma parte de un esfuerzo para “ayudar a Starbucks a combatir el odio”.
Chris Cillizza, who wears Donald Trump’s designation as “one of the dumber and least respected political pundits” like a badge of honor, took to Reddit on Tuesday for an AMA to push his multi-platform CNN brand, The Point with Chris Cillizza. The decision—to borrow a real metric Cillizza uses in his political…
¿Quieres saber el valor de tu meme favorito? Un grupo en Reddit, un foro de discusión en línea, ha creado una página web para un mercado accionario de memes que se llama NASDANQ.
As Election Day looms like a bulbous monster made of flesh, exit polls, and cable news chyrons, let's take a moment to appreciate the bizarro ingenuity of some of Donald Trump's most conspiratorially-minded supporters. Over the past week or so, conservatives who congregate on 4chan's politics message board have…
On Friday evening, a little more than 24 hours after the revelation that boy wonder and Oculus founder Palmer Luckey was the moneyman behind a strange scheme to bring down Hillary Clinton using the power of memes, the 24-year-old near-billionaire posted an apology to Facebook.
Reddit's "I am A/Ask me Anything" is a popular format for celebrities who want to knock a few softball questions out of the park. The typical procedure is to announce you'll be taking questions on Reddit, start a thread, wait until a few good questions pile up and then write out a reply to the questions you feel like…
Ask anyone following the 2016 election and they'll tell you there have been no shortage of scary things that Donald Trump has said in the last year. But even the most jaded politico might be shocked to see just how long the list is when they're all stacked together.
Reddit is starting to let users bypass other image hosts and upload their memes, GIFs and giffy memes directly to its own servers.
The first time you heard the word "troll," it was likely in the context of folklore or fairytale—a gruesome, mythical creature hiding under a bridge or in a cave to terrorize passing people or goats. But now you probably hear the word "troll" all the time. We use "trolling" to describe everything from innocent pranks…
Hillary Clinton has joined Reddit. In her first post, thanking her supporters there, she acknowledged that the platform is not her home turf. "I know it hasn't always been easy, especially here," she wrote, and a quick look at the numbers explains why.
For Anders*, this Valentine’s Day is going to be a little different.
Say goodbye to this dog, because he's about to be put out to sea, stranded on a chunk of ice, floating away forever.
Did Jeb Bush's campaign know what they were doing when they tweeted this photo from a campaign stop at an Iowa TV station's studio?
Last summer, Reddit drew a lot of praise when it began banning harmful subreddits with toxic content, like r/FatPeopleHate. However, one of today's top Reddit posts is all about what should not be banned.
Reddit users in the subreddit r/4chan (different from the website 4chan) noticed something fishy with some of the links being posted to the forum from image hosting site Imgur.
Reddit comments are sometimes helpful, often terrible, occasionally hilarious, and sometimes, just sometimes, sonorous.
A law enforcement agent going down a Reddit rabbit hole has resulted in another round of censorship announcements from the "front page of the Internet." Reddit announced on its ChillingEffects subreddit Thursday that the company will comply with countries’ local laws, blocking access to content a country deems illegal…
r/CoonTown, Reddit's prolific, racist subreddit that has long skirted by unchecked by the site's management, has finally gotten the axe. A content policy update released by Reddit CEO and co-founder Steve Huffman today explains r/CoonTown's long overdue banning:
Why is /r/photoplunder, a subreddit with 44,000 subscribers dedicated to exposing and sharing nude photos of women without their consent, still up and running in spite of Reddit’s rules regarding non-consensual pornography?