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    1. As of October 2021 what is in your opinion the best Reddit alternative and why? What are its best qualities?

      I obviously like Tildes, but i wonder if there are more interesting alternatives i don’t know about. I would interested in some objective analysis, I doesn’t have to be really popular , it can be...

      I obviously like Tildes, but i wonder if there are more interesting alternatives i don’t know about.

      I would interested in some objective analysis, I doesn’t have to be really popular , it can be just a place to post for some extra quality discussion.

      26 votes
    2. Ask Tildes: What alternative apps/webapps do you use to browse Reddit?

      For all its flaws, Reddit is still a great news source, especially for niche areas. Unfortunately, more and more dark patterns are being added to Reddit's official site and apps. I'm reaching a...

      For all its flaws, Reddit is still a great news source, especially for niche areas. Unfortunately, more and more dark patterns are being added to Reddit's official site and apps. I'm reaching a saturation point and thinking I should probably switch to an alternative way of browsing it. I see a lot of apps aimed at browsing images/GIFs. I'd like something more similar to old/compact Reddit, optimized for text without distractions, but ideally less buggy. Any recommendations?

      Edit: thanks all for your answers!

      16 votes
    3. What delicious foods don't photograph well?

      In the times of social media, food must not only taste good, but look good as well. Some beautiful foods are really not that good, while some ugly foods are delicious, but totally ignored. Can you...

      In the times of social media, food must not only taste good, but look good as well. Some beautiful foods are really not that good, while some ugly foods are delicious, but totally ignored. Can you come up with any examples of that?

      14 votes
    4. The Reddit COVID blackout has begun

      Since I have a handful of small subreddits, I decided to be inspired by the story of David & Goliath. However, there is a small chance that these communities will be taken over and/or deleted by...

      Since I have a handful of small subreddits, I decided to be inspired by the story of David & Goliath. However, there is a small chance that these communities will be taken over and/or deleted by Reddit. It would be heartbreaking to me if that happened.

      Conversely, I am more heartbroken that mis/disinformation is being promulgated on Reddit which leads to more precious human lives ending.

      I've been talking with the other mods, on a Discord server, and none of them put me up to this. One of the organizers tried to dissuade me.

      It looks like the rolling Reddit blackouts may happen through the coming week. Although, it will be up to the individual mods in every case.

      EDIT: This is the list of subs that are, currently, private. It will be updated when the rest of the subs join in on Thursday.

      EDIT2: It was just announced that all of the other subs will not be waiting until Thursday. They will all be going private over the next several hours.

      45 votes