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Published 2 years ago with 5 Comments

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  • CrookedTale
    +8

    "Reddit is full of information that sounds extremely plausible to a layperson, but in reality, is utterly false, inaccurate or misleading. And even when someone knowledgeable does attempt to correct for this, they get drowned out by all the votes coming from laypersons. Even the people using Reddit recognize this: one of the most upvoted posts in Reddit history, ironically enough, is a post telling people not to believe what they read on Reddit."

    Its good that they start off with this. I don't know how many times the old Myth Busters "Pirates wore eye patches so they could see in the dark" on TIL and I got murdered for telling everyone they were wrong. Reddit is not the most trustworthy site to learn things. Myth Busters is also not the best place to learn history.

  • AdelleChattre (edited 2 years ago)
    +6

    Notice this isn't a post from just anyone. This is from someone with experience around and definite ideas about how sites like Snapzu can be made to work better. Out of curiosity, /u/whack, what do you think of Snapzu so far? Come say hi in the /t/Lounge!

    • Gozzin
      +6

      I noticed..And I'd like his take on this site. I'm getting more and more disenchanted with Reddit.

      • AdelleChattre
        +5

        Even a proof-of-concept toy site like that has something going for it, simply by not being overrun by bigots and trolls. To my mind, nothing quite exemplifies the day-to-day squalor of Reddit these days like the baffling Neo-Nazi co-optation of /r/TrueReddit. [NSFL]

  • bkool
    +5

    You made this caucus site?

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