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Pay someone to take my online class for me

This is the most valuable question in the minds of individuals new to lending help to online class service providers. I was the same curious before lending help with my online class. But when the time to lend help from a online class service provider came into my life, I got to know how confused might a person become in choosing...

‘Reddit can survive without search’: company reportedly threatens to block Google (

This could affect a lot of peoples searches. I don’t know about you, but when my laptop stopped working correctly last month, the best solutions were still ones that google linked me to reddit to read… That said, don’t believe every news article on the internet and all that…

Just wanted a warning, Lemmy.World is perhaps worse than reddit at respecting their users (

I just suddenly found my user over there banned. Not for getting in a fight or breaking any rules, but just for criticizing and asking questions regarding its recent vague Terms of Service. In fact, no reason, warning, or reply was given beforehand, and the admin who did it suddenly scaled to banned, with no reply or anything...

"It's the content, stupid." - Quick Notes to Supercharge K.Bin (

Like you, I'm a passionate user of K.Bin but lately, I'm noticing that things are getting kinda stale around here. The most recent thread in this, the top-level magazine on K.Bin, is 4 days old. Many other top 25 magazines are also suffering from a similar lack of fresh content. I run /m/scifi and it's been continuing to grow...

Reddit became hypersensitive... goodbye

After 10 years and a few hundred thousand karma made a comment in r/europe that got me banned… in a discussion about AfD (a far, far right German party that has neo-Nazis as members) I made the mistake of saying “Guess we didn’t drop enough bombs on Dresden” (since much of the support for AfD is from the east)… got...

Reddit Activity Plummeted After The Protests - by Adam Bumas (

Last month marked the official end of the Reddit protests. Any subreddit that had changed its rules or gone dark — or forced its users to post exclusively about John Oliver — has now gone back to normal. On the surface, it seems like a complete victory for Reddit, but things aren’t so simple when a major element of that...

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