Information Station

3 years ago

So I can bet a lot of people here like to stay current on news and information about gaming or tech or politics or whatever, but I noticed that I have a friend that exclusively uses Reddit as his source of information on everything.

So stealing the idea from Miles, I pose an RTCQ about how you get your news. I normally go on The Verge and Engadget for general tech news and Achievement Hunter and watch Inside Gaming for gaming news. I occasionally use Reddit as a source for news, but I'd be lying to myself if I said that's why I use Reddit. I just like the cat pictures. Honestly, Twitter is the way I get most of my news, and I usually find out about it first on there anyway.

So the question is: Where do you get your news and what kind of news is it?

Comments (4)

  • Darkhologram

    Darkhologram

    3 years ago

    Personally, I use Twitter. It's now much of a news site, but you follow who you want to hear from.

  • Blue

    Blue

    3 years ago

    I use AHWU for everything, seriously, I found out about Kony 2012 yesterday.

  • ethankjfan

    ethankjfan RTX 2015

    3 years ago

    I use Engadget for tech, Joystiq for gaming, and anything political / important things in the world I watch The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.

  • Mike

    Mike

    3 years ago

    Gaming
    -TrueAchievements
    -Kotaku
    -Joystiq

    Tech
    -Cnet
    -Google News

    Ponies
    Equestria Daily

    Latest Internet Tends/Memes
    -reddit
    -4chan (technically not a news site, but that's pretty much where anything that becomes popular starts)