Reddit’s rolling out native video — anti

Reddit’s rolling out native video — anticipate more ads – Reddit today announced it was rolling out a native video player, meaning Reddit users can upload their footage directly to the site as opposed to an outside service. Redditors will be able to upload videos up to 15 minutes in length, and 1 GB or less in size. You can upload from both desktop and mobile apps. When you start playing a video, it will remain pinned to a corner of your screen while you scroll, and wil… http://ow.ly/2PZe50dvgsV

Nostalgia isn’t doing the gaming industr

Nostalgia isn’t doing the gaming industry any favors – Gaming (and gamers, for that matter) seem to be obsessed with reliving the past. The nostalgia bubble is strong right now, but when it bursts, it might harm the industry as a whole. Unless you’ve been living primarily for the indie releases, you might have noticed gaming has a bit of a throwback problem. Indeed, if the gaming industry hearkens to its past more often, it risks turning into a time machine. Will gaming… http://ow.ly/ZNgb50dvalW