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Reddit tops 1 billion page views per month

Since the misstep by Digg last year with its doomed V4, it's been obvious that the largest player in the social news scene has been the Condé Nast-owned reddit.Yesterday, the point was rammed home when the site announced that it had hit one billion page views per month, a four-fold increase year-on-year, and a 20% increase in just the last month. While the troubles with Digg certainly...

Condé Nast scoops up Ars Technica for Wired

Condé Nast Publications (which owns Wired, Wired.com, and a whole bunch of major magazines) has agreed to purchase Ars Technica for an undisclosed sum. According to TechCrunch, Ars will be placed under the Wired Digital umbrella under CondéNet, which was made whole with the 2006 acquisition of Wired.com, and may be combined with Wired and Wired.com. The sale will be announced some...

Flip, social media network for girls

Flip, the new social media network built especially for girls by Conde Nast, has launched in beta. The idea of the site is to create a flipbook of photos, videos, and music. Users then grab different media elements like pics, stickers and backgrounds to customize their pages. The pages can be drawn on, written on, and music and animations enabled. Then, when everything is complete, they can be...

Condé Nast buys Reddit

Everyone is aquiring everyone on this spooky Halloween. Google bought JotSpot, now Condé Nast, the owners of Wired magazine, have bought Reddit. Similiar to Digg, Reddit is a website that lists what the popular news is online, by users voting, and submitting articles. Michael Arrington scooped the news of the deal, and that Reddit employees will be packing up and moving from Boston to the...