Your friend is a real one, holy crap I’m going to remember that trick.
I can see why you’d think that (I honestly did for a while too), but nope they’re completely separate from each other. Imgur was created with Reddit users specifically in mind, but is still an independent project.
Redundant =/ incorrect though. It’s definitely a colloquialism, I’ll give you that, but a grammatically sound one.
All of New York City must be populated by 5-year-olds then https://gizmodo.com/nyc-subway-workers-are-very-very-tired-of-picking-up-y-1837869368
Facebook’s been quiet so far on how this change might affect groups or pages with lots of engagement, though I wouldn’t be surprised if this round of testing is also them trying to figure out if a one-size approach fits the platform or if they need to tailor how/when Likes are hidden in those specific cases.
The Google blog post I linked goes into ridiculously technical detail if you’re interested in a more specific how-to of the hack: https://googleprojectzero.blogspot.com/2019/08/a-very-deep-dive-into-ios-exploit.html
I appreciate the catch, thanks!
Sales from Dollar Tree and E-bay don’t make up half of America’s e-commerce market. And several of those examples don’t advertise what their selling as in-house products, whereas Amazon sells its Prime merch alongside listings from third-party vendors and the difference isn’t immediately obvious for a lot of consumers.…