Domo Animation Challenge Winners Announced!
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My secret santa just sent me a MacBook Air and a keyboard. I think I am going to cry.
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Hello reddit! I'm the president of the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, California (http://schulzmuseum.org/) which opened in 2002 and we've received visitors from all over the world. Talking with them is one of the happiest aspects of my life.
Museum visitors tell me about their connections with the Peanuts characters and what they meant to them all of their lives, and I enjoy sharing with them comments about the characters and about living with Charles Schulz for 26 years. I'm here to do the same with all of you on reddit, and Victoria from reddit is helping me.
This has been so much fun for me because the questions have been REALLY interesting and the comments are heartwarming! The questions have made me think and search around some good answers for people. We believe that Sparky's spirit is in the museum, so all of you lovely fans, I do hope you come to the museum. You can always ask if I'm around! I'm often there hiding upstairs in my office.
Thank you, this has been fun. I would enjoy doing it again.
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Worst subreddit, and /r/music is #1. And for good reason. All that happens here is the same popular, circlejerking shit gets posted again and again, and gets upvoted again and again, and everyone bitches about it in the comments, and it goes on and on and on. I know the mods were discussing some possible changes, like new music days and a retired band/song list, but its been awhile and nothing has changed. We can improve this sub, we just need to talk about it and actually change something instead of just complaining and everything staying the same. Here are a few of my suggestions, feel free to add to them.
Actually make a list of "retired" bands- bands that everyone knows and are considered classics. A great example of this can be found over at /r/Metal.
A new rule in the sidebar/reminder when hovering over the upvote arrow to listen to the song posted before voting up or down. I think one reason only popular stuff makes it up here is because most people just scan the frontpage or new and immediately upvote anything they like/recognize. If people were reminded to listen to stuff even if they didn't know it, more good, obscure music might get upvoted.
More theme days. A new music day, reddit-made music day, specific genre days, ect. Have special, one-time events. Weekly stickied discussion threads (for example see /r/games). Keep things fresh and interesting.
That's all I can think of at the moment, let me know what you think. Hopefully the mods see this.
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