The Daily Beast: Reddit Bans Gory Subreddits After New Zealand Shooting

The Daily Beast: Reddit Bans Gory Subreddits After New Zealand Shooting. “Reddit took down two of its most notorious subreddits on Friday, apparently because their users were sharing footage of the New Zealand mosque shootings. Visitors to two subreddits known for sharing video and pictures of people being killed or injured—R/WatchPeopleDie and R/Gore—were met with a message saying the forums had been ‘banned from Reddit.’ “

Mashable: The trans meme community on Reddit is about so much more than jokes

Mashable: The trans meme community on Reddit is about so much more than jokes. “There’s r/asktransgender, dedicated to people’s questions about the community, r/transgender, a subreddit for trans news, and r/transtimelines, where people can document their transitions. These are large and vibrant groups, with followers in the tens of thousands. But for some folks who are just coming out as trans, memes and GIFs — not traditional, location-based support groups or advice-based subreddits — are where they first find community.”

How to Market on Reddit: A Guide for Businesses (Social Media Examiner)

Social Media Examiner: How to Market on Reddit: A Guide for Businesses. “Are you looking to expand your marketing outside the traditional social platforms? Have you considered Reddit? In this article, you’ll learn how to market your business on Reddit.” Some things in the article are specific to Reddit, but a lot of it is just “how to market and do outreach on a community site without being a complete putz.”

MakeUseOf: How to Build Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit Bots Using Python

MakeUseOf: How to Build Twitter, Instagram, and Reddit Bots Using Python. “It’s 2019. You’ve heard of bots. There are chat bots, email bots, web scraping bots, and, social media bots. Have you created a bot yet? It’s surprisingly easy. Probably why they’re all over the place. Embrace our bot overlords by joining their rank. In this article, I’ll show you how you can leverage Python to interact with your Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram accounts automatically.”

American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) Does AMA on Reddit

The American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB) recently did an AMA on Reddit. “From 12pm – 4pm Eastern on February 13, 2019, historians asked us about how we collect, preserve and provide access to the collection, as well as questions about the content of the archive, and of course how scholars might collaborate with us to use the archive for research or in their teaching (we love hearing ideas!)”

TechCrunch: Reddit says government data requests more than doubled in 2018

TechCrunch: Reddit says government data requests more than doubled in 2018 . “Reddit has said the number of government requests for user data more than doubled in 2018 than on the previous year. The news and content sharing site said in its latest transparency report, posted Wednesday, it received 752 requests from governments during the year, up from 310 requests a year earlier.”