How the 4th most visited website in the United States is managing its self-regulating crowdsourced platform
A deep dive into the most engaged online community in the world.
A democratic crowd-source-enabled news aggregator once valued at $100+ million goes bust. Why?
Digg's inability to prevent fraudulent voting allowed power users to take control of the site's content and undermined its mission to produce democratized news.
“The front page of the internet” has to strike the balance between promoting free speech and running a for-profit platform that upholds certain moral standards
Reddit has dominated as the result of strong network effects, which also may predict its downfall