• Jim SilvermanJim Silverman, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    looks like digg and buzzfeed had a baby.

    edit: not a bad thing.

    5 points
  • Drew AlbinsonDrew Albinson, almost 6 years ago

    I really like how illustration heavy it is (for now), that's becoming a rare thing these days.

    3 points
  • Kei Yasui, almost 6 years ago

    Very interesting that this runs on Wordpress. I wonder why that over a custom solution?

    2 points
    • Leon KLeon K, almost 6 years ago

      With all the original content projects we've been doing this year (newsletter, blog), we've made sure to keep Reddit dev resources focused on community + mod tools + infrastructure. We didn't need to reinvent the CMS, wordpress has been great.


      5 points
  • Dan DiGangiDan DiGangi, almost 6 years ago

    Clean and it works. Other than that... feels like the other 12553252 Wordpress sites out there. Lol

    1 point
  • Louis BLouis B, almost 6 years ago


    Anyone else thinks it looks better with a white body background?

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    1 point
  • Rick KhannaRick Khanna, almost 6 years ago

    Total Buzzfeed knock-off. But probably a smart way to get content more viral outside of Reddit on sites like Facebook, etc. Similar to how you would get to a Buzzfeed post.

    0 points
  • Kat ☺, almost 6 years ago


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  • Moaaz SidatMoaaz Sidat, almost 6 years ago

    Definitely an interesting and a fresh direction by Reddit, taking the front-page of the internet and giving it a fresh coat of paint.

    0 points
  • Andy HulmeAndy Hulme, almost 6 years ago

    Looks pretty sweet to me.

    They have an endless pit of quality, pre-validated content and this will only help reach. Everyone else uses reddit as some sort of content generator anyway, it was only a matter of time they put it to use themselves.

    Also, have something more digestible to link when people ask what reddit is...

    0 points
  • Marcel ChristianisMarcel Christianis, almost 6 years ago

    Apparently there's a lot of mixed reviews. But I like the premise that Alexis Ohanian brought forward behind the reason for Upvoted. What happens leading to and after a post reach the front page of Reddit? Basically, it's the story of Reddit's community.

    Let's see how well they carry this out.

    0 points
  • Pedro PintoPedro Pinto, almost 6 years ago

    This is an interesting move by Reddit

    0 points
  • Harry Greenberg, almost 6 years ago

    Very cool. Definitely a smart way to target Reddit content at a broader audience.

    0 points