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8 Hilariously Specific Subreddits You Won’t Believe Are Actually Active

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8 Hilariously Specific Subreddits You Won’t Believe Are Actually Active

The letter g. Squirrels eating things they usually wouldn’t. Pictures of animals without necks. The law of subreddits states that if something exists, a community can and will eventually form around it on Reddit. I’ve outlined below just a few of the strangest subreddits I was able to find, and I think each of them proves this law in its own way.

Justin Pot March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
8 Hilariously Specific Subreddits You Won’t Believe Are Actually Active
Amateur Astronomy Fun: What It’s Like To Look Into Space With These Free Online Space Telescopes

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Amateur Astronomy Fun: What It’s Like To Look Into Space With These Free Online Space Telescopes

Buying a really good telescope remains a distant possibility. Magnification is a lesser problem; an always polluted sky is the greater one. But thanks to the handshake of the modern web with cutting edge imaging technologies, we have the next best thing – “telescopes in the browser”. Virtual or online telescopes don’t need complicated set-ups. All you need is a browser.

Saikat Basu March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
Amateur Astronomy Fun: What It’s Like To Look Into Space With These Free Online Space Telescopes
Google Launches A New Program That Could Help Website Recover From Attacks [Updates]

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Google Launches A New Program That Could Help Website Recover From Attacks [Updates]

Google has launched a new program called Help for hacked sites, which is designed to help website owners clean up the mess that occurs following an attack. Just because your website you own is not as big as Twitter or Tumblr does not mean it’s 100% safe, so this can be useful to anyone who owns a website.

Dave LeClair March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
Google Launches A New Program That Could Help Website Recover From Attacks [Updates]
Google Nexus 4 Review and Giveaway

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Google Nexus 4 Review and Giveaway

Even though I am an iPhone user and have been since the first generation iPhone was announced by the late Steve Jobs back in 2007, I’ve tried to keep an open mind about viable alternatives. I’ll be honest: I’ve been tempted to use an Android device. Several times. So when the opportunity to review the Nexus 4 presented itself, I leaped at the chance. We’ll be giving this review unit away, so stick around if you want it!

Jackson Chung March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
Google Nexus 4 Review and Giveaway
Microsoft Gives Students 6 Months Of Office 365 For Free & 20GB Of SkyDrive Storage [Updates]

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Microsoft Gives Students 6 Months Of Office 365 For Free & 20GB Of SkyDrive Storage [Updates]

icrosoft announced this week that it’s expanding its Office 365 University free trial to 3 free months, with 3 further months offered to students who share the offer on Facebook. In addition, students can get 20GB of additional SkyDrive storage. The free trial is available to enrolled full- and part-time university and college students, and faculty and staff in accredited institutions.

Bakari Chavanu March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
Microsoft Gives Students 6 Months Of Office 365 For Free & 20GB Of SkyDrive Storage [Updates]
Twitter Search: 4 Ways To Find Results That Matter To You

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Twitter Search: 4 Ways To Find Results That Matter To You

Twitter search has its limits. For one, you can only search back so far, with Twitter making public search results available only for a limited period of time. That said, there are a few tips and tricks you can use to make sure that you find the most important search results, and you can even bend the Twitter rules, searching a little further back than the social network’s own search engine allows.

Nancy Messieh March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
Twitter Search: 4 Ways To Find Results That Matter To You
What Is Your Favorite Viral Video of All Time? [You Told Us]

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What Is Your Favorite Viral Video of All Time? [You Told Us]

Another day, another viral video phenomenon takes the world by storm. Just as people were recovering from Gangnam Style, Harlem Shake took its place, with people posting videos of themselves performing the insanely stupid dance at a faster rate than any sane person could cope with. It’s easy to see why videos are so popular online. Uploading a video to YouTube and its alternatives is very easy indeed.

Dave Parrack March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
What Is Your Favorite Viral Video of All Time? [You Told Us]
Whatever Happened To…? Following Up On Major Websites From The Dotcom Boom

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Whatever Happened To…? Following Up On Major Websites From The Dotcom Boom

Many of you remember the Dotcom Boom that happened in the late nineties. All it took to make your stock go up was a “.com” or an “e-” attached to your company’s name. Of course, all good things come to an end, and the bubble burst in the year 2000. With that said, there were several popular sites around this era that just seemed to vanish. What happened to them? We have 5 of the top websites that came into existence because of the boom.

Joshua Lockhart March 13, 2013 13-03-2013
Whatever Happened To…? Following Up On Major Websites From The Dotcom Boom
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