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Reddit’s monthly active user base grew 30% to reach 430M in 2019 | TechCrunch

In a year-end retrospective released this morning, Reddit says its user base grew 30% this year to reach 430 million monthly active users, as of the end of October. Its users also contributed 199 million posts, 1.7 billion comments and 32 billion upvotes,

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Reddit’s Subreddits Are Getting Collections, Events Posts

The site tested the new feature with the "Game of Thrones" Subreddit first.

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You can now add a location to your Reddit post

Thanks to a new partnership with Foursquare—yes, the check-in app you may have used in the late 2000s—Reddit posts, published via the mobile app, can include a geotag that's particular to a specific venue or as broad as a country.

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Reddit plans a profile page redesign reminiscent of Facebook and Twitter (updated)

Reddit has been trying to make its site more accessible to a wider pool of users, and today the company is planning to show off one of the ways it plans to do..

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How an Alien Doodle Became Reddit's Simple, Versatile Logo

This is the story of how a bored college kid let his mind wander in class and wound up changing the world. Wait—haven't we heard this one before? You bet we have. Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Jack Dorsey and Mark Zuckerberg—all were bored college kids who

Architecture & Interior Design | Architecture & Interior Design

Help me set up a living room where one wall is twice the size of the opposite wall and without creating a dining room sp

So I'm moving in to an apartment and the living room is really puzzling me out. [Here](http://imgur.com/dxq2hFj) is the album. I'm not sure how...

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Reddit says it will hide but not ban hate communities

Reddit Co-Founder and new CEO Steve Huffman has just laid out a host of changes to the websites content policy. He cites the company's earlier banning of non-co...

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Reddit Declares Itself a ‘Government’ | | Betabeat

Reddit CEO Yishan Wong said in a blog post after the closing of The Fappening subreddit that Reddit was a new kind of government.