Still no word on the whereabouts of the third cheer, but we're nonetheless quite happy to have been featured in a recent The Big Money article. Here's just a taste:
I've come to genuinely admire Reddit [...] having trolled around long enough now, I find Reddit, when used properly, to be a decent news source and a relatively intelligent window onto the hive mind. Psychologists for years have argued that the information content of news is less important than the context in which people receive it; Reddit moves at a pace at which you can watch cognition and content commingle in real time.And I'm thrilled The Cute List got a shoutout, too. Read the whole article to see just how reddit changed James Ledbetter's perspective on social media, which according to him, had "seemed like a shabby foreign country I'd rather not visit."