CMV 021 – Facebook Curation and Reddit Redesign

CMV Podcast | April 22, 2018

CMV mod Liz Weeks (u/PepperoniFire) joins Michael and Kal to talk about her blog posts on The first is about her thoughts on how Facebook could improve its content curation, drawing from her experience on Reddit, and the second is about concerns relating to Reddit’s redesign and how it impacts discussion-based subreddits.

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