‘If phones had an option when you first set them up for “frequent cursing” that would adjust the autocorrect, it would save a lot of ducking time.’
- Reddit user, p3nanggalan.
Net Neutrality: Red Alert!
As the upcoming vote for the repeal of the 2017 net neutrality vote (courtesy of the good ol’ Congressional Review Act) looms, a new campaign in is full swing. Platforms such as Reddit, Tumblr, and for some reason, Tinder are displaying a red alert as a call to action. The Senator behind this call to action is even hosting an AMA (ask me anything) on Reddit today.
Act now to bring the net back to life!
Reddit: Meta Gifs Are Best Gifs
Killin’ it on Reddit today is this wonderfully meta GIF. Like all good GIFS, this one uses Seinfeld to discuss the current state of Facebook videos. We agree! Captions on videos like that are super patronizing and take up space on the screen. We’ve got our meta fix for the day.
It looks like private messages might just become private again.
Social: Irish Abortion Ads Limited
As the Republic of Ireland is set to vote on an abortion referendum, Google and Facebook have pledged to limit ads in an effort to curb misinformation. Ok, smart move… but where the duck was this level of caution during the US presidential election?!
Pictured: Us looking for Facebook & Google's moral barometer in 2016.