r/facepalm • u/Number721 • 8h ago
🇲🇮🇸🇨 Cognitive dissonance 101
r/politics • u/PoliticsModeratorBot • 10h ago
Discussion Thread: Justice Department Officials Make a Statement to the Press on Trump Indictment at 3 p.m. Eastern
Where to Watch:
The US Department of Justice: www.justice.gov/live
C-SPAN: Special Counsel Jack Smith Delivers Statement on Indictment of President Trump
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/seangolden06 • 4h ago
He’s clearly upset today
Trump lawyers quit classified documents casecnbc.com
r/WhitePeopleTwitter • u/Travismatthew08 • 10h ago
Clubhouse Trump was hoarding US nuclear secrets that “could put at risk the national security of the United States.”
r/AdviceAnimals • u/SoylentCreek • 4h ago
Major “breastfed until they were eight” energy
r/pics • u/diacewrb • 11h ago
Double Decker Airline Seats
r/antiwork • u/dancartopb • 10h ago
Landlords are the scum of the earth, your the reason why they have to rent.
r/nottheonion • u/Zantron7 • 13h ago
LIV Golf's Bryson DeChambeau suggests 9/11 families should forgive Saudi Arabia: 'Nobody's perfect'foxnews.com
r/technology • u/sussywanker • 6h ago
Social Media Reddit CEO doubles down on attack on Apollo developer in drama-filled AMAtechcrunch.com
r/therewasanattempt • u/TXVERAS • 11h ago
To jump the counter
[reddit] /u/spez, CEO of Reddit, decides to ruin the sitereddit.com
r/ask • u/yomommafool • 7h ago
People who do not fear death, why?
r/interestingasfuck • u/ledim35 • 4h ago
Baby parrot 41 days development
r/nba • u/IamOlderthanMe • 1h ago
Post Game Thread [Post Game Thread] The Denver Nuggets (3-1) take a commanding lead in the NBA Finals over the Miami Heat (1-3), 108-95. Aaron Gordon scores 27 points in the win.
|108 - 95|
|Box Scores: NBA - Yahoo|
|Location: Kaseya Center (20184), Clock: Final|
|Officials: Scott Foster, Bill Kennedy, and James Williams|
|rnbapgtgenerator by /u/f1uk3r|
r/mildlyinteresting • u/wogeini • 16h ago
My girlfriend's bathroom has a urinal in it
r/facepalm • u/808picklejuice • 5h ago
🇲🇮🇸🇨 My kid had a meltdown so I deserve free ice cream
r/StupidFood • u/HeadxCaregiver • 15h ago
has anyone posted this abomination from SmashBurger yet?
r/wholesomememes • u/Gh0stDestr0y • 8h ago
r/MadeMeSmile • u/ledim35 • 8h ago
Wholesome Moments Volunteers save neighbors cat in Ukraine
r/TikTokCringe • u/screenshotofdispair • 8h ago
Cool Every time I see videos of this little kid named Sam who designs and makes clothes my heart literally grows 3 sizes
r/politics • u/rstevens94 • 9h ago
Trump was 'personally involved' in packing boxes and moving them to Mar-a-Lago, prosecutors saybusinessinsider.com
r/TikTokCringe • u/brave_and_wild • 15h ago
Discussion Mexican vs US culture
r/tifu • u/TitusRex • 8h ago
M TIFU by Phasing Out Third-Party Apps, Potentially Toppling Reddit
Hello, Reddit, this is u/spez, your usually confident CEO. But today, I'm here in a different capacity, as a fellow Redditor who's made a big oopsie. So here it goes... TIFU by deciding to eliminate third-party apps, and as a result, unintentionally creating a crisis for our beloved platform.
Like most TIFUs, it started with good intentions. I wanted to centralize user experience, enhance quality control, and create uniformity. I thought having everyone on the official app would simplify things and foster a better, more unified Reddit experience.
But oh, how I was wrong.
First, the backlash was instant and palpable. Users and moderators alike expressed concerns about the utility and convenience that these third-party apps offered. I heard stories of how some apps like RiF had become an integral part of their Reddit journey, especially for moderators who managed communities big and small.
Then came the real shocker. In protest, moderators began to set their subreddits to private. Some of the largest, most active corners of Reddit suddenly went dark. The impact was more significant than I'd ever anticipated.
Frustration mounted, and so did regret. This wasn't what I wanted. I never intended to disrupt the community spirit that defines Reddit or make the jobs of our volunteer moderators harder.
Yet, here we are.
I've made a monumental miscalculation in assessing how much these third-party apps meant to our community. I didn't realize the extent to which they were woven into the fabric of our daily Reddit operations, particularly for our moderators.
In short, I messed up. I didn't fully understand the consequences of my decision, and now Reddit and its communities are bearing the brunt of it.
So, here's my TIFU, Reddit. It's a big one, and I'm still grappling with the fallout. But if there's one thing I know about this platform, it's that we're a community. We're in this together, and we'll figure it out together.
I'm listening. Let's talk.
TL;DR - Tried to unify Reddit under the official app, phased out third-party apps, caused chaos, possibly destabilized the platform, and learned a lesson about the value of diverse user experiences.
Edit: a word
Note: this is a parody