Is Reddit A Force For Good Or Evil?

Posted on Jun 24 2014 - 8:58am by Alexandra Ashton

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In this world, you’re sitting around confused whether what you’re doing is good or bad. You want to support the good creators of your favorite shows like Game of Thrones and Bob’s Burgers but you can’t also afford to pay for their episodes, so you go torrenting. You buy a Frappucino in Starbucks and use the Free Wifi of the café all day and you feel guilty, but what else is there to do when you can’t get free wifi elsewhere? Morality is such a difficult thing to figure out, if at all is possible to figure out, and understanding the force of goodness of the social community Reddit is just as difficult.

You’re watching Game of Thrones right now, and you can’t wait to tell everyone who shares your interest the power and influence and beauty of what you just saw. What do you do? Of course, you go to Reddit and post your opinions. But is Reddit a force of good or bad? Learn the answer from this infographic.

You can stop thinking about the Game of Thrones’ Trial of Combat by TyrionLannister by learning more about Reddit’sGood and Bad. This infographic details the most important facts about the social community Reddit and why you should consider it for what it is: a force of both good and evil. It has propagated a culture of freedom, crowdsourcing of wisdom and everything from sharing tips and tricks on how to use Photoshop to understanding bipolar disorder. Understand how to use Reddit for the good with this infographic right here.

Understanding the goodness of Reddit may also make you become an active participant in the community, and would improve the Reddit community so much, that it could be the next forum for people seeking lawyers but do not want the costly price of hiring one.

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About the Author
Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.