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Today I Learned: Will Reddit be the new source of learning information for generations to come?

  • Yes, it will

    Reddit will absolutely be the next source of information because of its core system: the more pertinent and interesting an information is, the more visibility it gets due to its upvote system. An information that has been considered reliable by other readers is likely to actually be reliable.
    +just by going on a subreddit you can see the trend for the topic you looked for.

  • Yes, Reddit will be the new source of learning information for generations to come.

    Yes, Reddit will be the new source of learning information for generations to come. Visitors to Reddit can obtain a wealth of information regarding world and local politics, science, sports, entertainment, and a variety of other topics. Topics are voted on democratically so that the most pressing issues are determined by the viewers and not corporate media.

  • Yes, it will play a major role in disceminating crucial and trending information.

    Reddit will indeed be new source of learning information for generations to come. Since it was built, it has experienced traffic and most people are using it to get information on crucial and trending topics, and also getting a chance to air their views. ''Today I Learned'' is a platform of the future.

  • People are interested.

    Reddit is a good place to learn different things because it's not regulated. Reddit isn't a school textbook telling people what to think. People on Reddit are free to come up with whatever content is trending at the time. For this reason, Reddit is authentic. People are drawn to how genuine it is.

  • No, it will not.

    Reddit might be a source of learning new information for the many people who spend thier time on reddit in the near future, but it will not be a source of learning forever. Something else will take its place and reddit will not last forever. Whatever is new and next will replace it.


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