Attention redditors and patrons, Reddit and Patreon are partnering up.
Reddit, the #5 most visited website in the U.S., and Patreon, a growing membership platform for creators, have just announced a partnership that will “offer creators and
Outside of traditional job sites, the list of platforms employers and agencies consider when advertising job openings and employer brand is pretty short. The list starts at Google and usually ends at Facebook. Between those two, you can get in...
It's a common superstition that bad things come in threes. There's no scientific evidence that suggests this is true, but one Redditor's story may make a believer out of you.
Redditor u/JaMollyAdams shared a their very unfortunate run in with a bird
It feels like Netflix's library has always been online. But before the content behemoth pioneered movie streaming, it only mailed out DVDs. Remember?
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Sometimes you just need to ask the internet the awkward questions you daren't ask other human beings. Things like: Is it normal to fart this much? Is it weird to sit next to your Uber driver? Or, do songs have like, feelings?
Any photo with Jason Momoa in it is already a cool photo — but the one below is on a whole other level.
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Reddit user twoforjoy recently shared an image she'd had taken with the
It's not that Destiny 2 is broken. But it does need some fixing.
As many have observed, Bungie repeated a bunch of mistakes over the past year that first cropped up — and were eventually corrected — in the original game. As a result,
This is malicious compliance at its finest.
Redditor and powerwashing enthusiast Qrusader62 made his grounded daughter powerwash the family’s deck as a form of punishment. Then he posted a photo of the message she left him.
She sorta did the
Apple is expected to announce a lot of new software at its WWDC keynote today — iOS 12, macOS 10.14, and watchOS 5 — but one announcement might have slipped out early.
Ahead of Apple's developer conference, a Reddit user has discovered
Need further proof that the technology is watching your every move in order to know its enemy before taking over the world via blackmail?
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