Author Archives: Ted Moskalenko

Reddit’s content organization model, and why it works

If you’re reading this you’re probably not a Reddit user – unless you’re an American male between 18 and 29 (Reddit’s #1 target demographic), like me. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be a Redditor! Since you probably have no … Continue reading

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Find Beautiful Singles In Your Area! …And how they know where you live

You’ve seen the ads, “Meet Hot Singles in [insert your city here]!” or “Find amazing prices at [closest dealership to your house]!”. …Or at least that’s how I remember them before I started blocking all of my ads (don’t worry, … Continue reading

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Why do cats rule the internet? Mysteries of the Internet, revealed

The internet is a vast array of content, ripe for the taking. You can find anything, from the internet archives to any topic of interest on Wikipedia to the latest research to impact the world (completed by Google). But why is … Continue reading

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Net Neutrality Passes, Half Life 3 Confirmed!

On February 26th, 2015, all of the collective internet breathed a huge sigh of relief. The FCC approved Net Neutrality in a 3 to 2 vote, bringing an end to a multitude of key battles that determined the future of … Continue reading

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Oscars ‘Prediction Box’ Comes Up Short

Last night’s Oscars ceremony had its ups and downs, but the ‘Prediction Box’ was by far the worst performance of the night. What started out as a loose joke about Neil Patrick Harris’ predictions for the outcome of the awards … Continue reading

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Picture = 1000 words, Infographic = 140 characters, and 5 Megabytes

We all know the adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” is especially true when it comes to social media. In fact, many prominent social media sites are entirely driven by photos – and it works. As outlined in … Continue reading

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An Internet of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth

This week marked a major victory for consumers in the battle of net neutrality. The FCC has moved to reclassify Internet Service Providers (ISPs) as Title II entities, known as Common Carriers. This is a hugely controversial move – in fact, … Continue reading

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