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Redditors do not read articles they vote on

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Reddit. From Michael Byrne via Motherboard at Slashdot: “, some 73 percent of posts on Reddit are voted on by users that haven’t actually clicked through to view the content being rated.”

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Brilliant futures await them as Wikipedia editors, provided they are living on food stamps in Mom’s basement.

New media help us understand what old media did by not doing it.

See also: ID and Wikipedia as the ultimate post-modern encyclopedia

Is social media killing Wikipedia?

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Wikipedians diminish another high achiever sympathetic to ID. Yes, there is sometimes useful information in Wikipedia. But one can say that of the supermarket tabloids as well. It’s a question of how likely that is, relative to stuff we can’t evaluate or should avoid, averaged against the value of one’s time sorting it out.

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