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North Korea's Internet Only Has 28 Websites But They Sure Are Sweet

North Korea is something of a locked box to the rest of the world, and even their version of one of the handiest apparatuses through which you can glimpse cultural habits — the internet — is largely inaccessible to anyone outside the country. Thanks to what appears to be an accidental reveal, however, we can now peek inside North Korea’s internet tubes.


4 Tricks To Make You A Reddit Master

Reddit is the one of the largest and most influential communities on the internet, and the site plays an outsized role in what becomes popular online. Even for power users though, actually navigating the site can feel like a confusing chore. Follow these tips and you’ll be finding the best content (before anyone else) on a Reddit that’s clean, functional, and quick.


Which Tech Startup Is Trying To Throw An Office Stripper Party?

It’s no secret that tech companies sometimes breed a frathouse office culture. Palantir — the Peter Thiel-cofounded data firm, for example — is no stranger to beer pong, drunken injuries or merciless pranks. But debauchery must have its limits. No one would be stupid enough to throw a stripper party in their own office, right?


These Are The 10 Most Hated Reddit Posts Of All Time

There are many ways to organise posts on Reddit, but none that reveal the most despised content to ever grace the site. Cornell student Horace He has sought to change that with his site notreddit.top. The site takes data from Reddit itself and finds the posts that have been downvoted to oblivion.


Elon Musk's OpenAI Wants To Teach Robots To Speak Like Redditors

Reddit is known for many things: Lively communities, a dedicated user base, questionable boxes, incest. Now, the Elon Musk-and-Peter Thiel-backed nonprofit OpenAI wants to use Reddit’s vast array of content as a guide for its new machine learning programs.


Reddit Is Down [Update: It's Back]

It’s really the week for it, isn’t it? First the Census, then the Census again, now this. Reddit, the self-styled front page of the internet, has gone down for “emergency maintenance”, and it doesn’t look like it’ll be back any time soon.


Warner Bros Targets Streaming Subreddit Over Piracy, Fails

You can find almost anything on Reddit — including free, pirated movies — which is why one movie studio has started to not just go after the sources of these videos, but the places that aggregate them.


Meet The Guys Who Cracked Pokemon GO Wide Open

I’m in the back of a Gregory’s Coffee in New York’s midtown across from Dronpes and flanked by Moots7, who are careful to tell me as little about themselves as possible. From what I can gather Moots works in finance and comes from rural Colorado, while Dronpes is a developer at a tech company, hard-working with a cautious, controlling streak. Both are tall, stubbly white guys in their late 20s — the right age to have fond memories of the first generation Pokemon games. Six months ago they embarked on creating The Silph Road, a project that has become the Pokemon GO player’s bible.


Redditors Gift Trump Up To $700 In Worthless Reddit Gold During His AMA

When you have an important guest over to your home, it’s good etiquette to give them a gift to show them your gratitude. Even though redditors don’t have the reputation for being the nicest people online, they apparently have good manners. During his AMA yesterday, Donald Trump was gifted hundreds and hundreds of dollars of useless Reddit gold, also known as gilding, presumably as token of alt-right redditors’ appreciation for the massive-handed Republican nominee.


Will President Trump Take Over The @POTUS Twitter Name?

Donald Trump’s Reddit AMA was a circus. But I spotted one question that made me have a good hard think about the future of the United States of America. Will President Trump be taking over the @POTUS Twitter handle? Or will he be keeping the name @realDonaldTrump? Or… both?


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