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Why Reddit Just Doesn’t Work Anymore

Plus, two solutions that could make it great

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian. Photo: Jerod Harris/Getty Images

Let’s face it: Reddit has always been a little controversial.

Seen as a sort of ideological meeting ground between Tumblr and the sorts of people who frequent the more unsavory parts of 4chan, the Reddit community (if one so fractured can even be called as such) has garnered a nice reputation for…




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Tyler Sherer

Tyler Sherer

I’m a tech writer in the EDA industry. Outside of work, you can find me casting Brainstorm, playing Smash, and writing strange stories about broken people.

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