So I’m Not the Only One Who Does a Google Search and adds the word ‘Reddit’ into the Query?

I noticed this a few months ago that when I was looking for information on Google, I almost always now add reddit at the end of the search.  I didn’t put much thought into why I was doing this but now that I think about it, it’s because Google default search algorithm is just terrible now. It serves up so many ads and weird results that it started taking me a lot of scroll time to get close to what I was looking for.  Adding reddit into the mix usually gives me several useful threads so I started doing it on reflex using google as a proxy to use reddit as a search engine.

I didn’t realize how common this has become.

“Vessel of Love” Commits Assault and Battery in Front of Several Million People

Not sure my definition of love would include assault and battery on stage but I don’t have his money or ego:

Will Smith took home his first Academy Award on Sunday night for playing Richard Williams — father and tennis mentor to Venus and Serena Williams — in “King Richard.”

Smith spoke shortly after a shocking onstage confrontation with comedian Chris Rock, who made a crack at his wife, Jada Pinkett-Smith. Smith noted, in tears, that Richard Williams was also fiercely protective of his family. “I want to be a vessel for love,” he said.

He also apologized to the academy and his fellow nominees. “This is a beautiful moment,” he said. “Art imitates life. I look like the crazy father. But love will make you do crazy things.”

The Academy Awards posted a brief statement on Twitter after the ceremony saying it “does not condone violence of any form,” though without mentioning any specifics around the incident.