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Reddit says it was hacked in June and attackers got private messages and other info of early users

Anyone who created a Reddit account between 2005 and 2007 is affected.
Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian.

Serena Williams inspires her Reddit co-founder husband’s career in tech — and he says his marriage is ‘a front row seat to greatness...

Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian says he learned a lot about working hard and 'grinding' when he started talking to tennis champion Serena Williams.
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17 things to start doing in your 20s so you don’t live in regret in your 40s

There's lots of advice on how to make the most of your 20s over on Quora and Reddit. We looked for the best tips around your career, finances, and overall health and happiness.
Phone use right before bed could be negatively impacting our sleep quality, so I decided to give it up for two weeks.

Apple put together a list of the 16 best apps with a ‘pure black mode’ to help you get the most out of the iPhone X’s gorgeous OLED ...

Apple's App Store editors created a list called "Does This App Come In Black?", which highlights 16 apps that have a "pure black mode." Darker themes are softer on the eyes, but apps with a pure-black mode are also a great way to take advantage of the gorgeous OLED display on the iPhone X.
A popular Gamergate Reddit forum was briefly shut down after the founder called it a "cancerous growth."

A top Gamergate Reddit forum was temporarily shut down by its founder who called it a ‘cancerous growth’

Reddit user u/david-me wrote a lengthy post in a Drama Reddit thread citing “racism” and “sexism” for reasons behind shutting down the forum KotakuinAction. KotakuinAction was launched in 2014 and quickly became the most active forum behind Gamergate.

The Thanos subreddit successfully banned over 300,000 members in honor of ‘Infinity War’

With a snap, the /r/thanosdidnothingwrong community on Reddit banned hundreds of thousands of users. It's a tribute to Thanos, the villain of "Avengers: Infinity War," and users loved it.

The creepiest and most bizarre stories told by people who explored the internet’s hidden websites

A look into the dark and creepy things you can find using dark web services like Tor.

The Thanos subreddit is planning a very fitting ban on half its members in honor of ‘Infinity War’

The Thanos subreddit "r/ThanosDidNothingWrong" is taking its love of the "Avengers: Infinity War" villain to the next level by planning a ban of half of its users on Monday. One user says that Reddit administrators have approved the ban and are designing a bot to carry it out.
Seymour thought the plant in Little Shop of Horrors was harmless. He was wrong.

The 9 most dangerous plants in the world

Giant hogweed, Monkshood, Castor Bean, Water Hemlock, Devil's Snare, Gympie Gympie, White Baneberry, Birthwort, and Manchineel Tree are all dangerous and even deadly plants. If you find these in the wild, leave them there.

Scientists have created a murder-obsessed ‘psychopath’ AI called Norman — and it learned everything it knows from Reddit

Scientists at MIT trained an AI algorithm called Norman just using data from Reddit. As a result, it sees the worst — death — in everything.