Reddit is more popular than Facebook in the US, only surpassed by Google and Youtube.
Let that sink in.
@espectalll I can imagine, at least Reddit isn't plagued by crap "memes" made by 43 year olds who think they're funny, dry and robotic business pages, or the abundance of hypertargeted ads. Facebook is a lame platform, I wouldn't use it. even less now after the Cambridge Analytica scandal
@espectalll That's true, though it has plenty of problems on its own. In general I'm not a fan of "front pages" that have no editorial voice of their own. I guess there are some subreddits that are pretty decent, but you don't need a large, centralized platform for that, just easier to use (and more secure, but IMO that is part of usability) software and hosting than what's currently available.
however, Reddit's already filled with horrible things so Facebook users will be quite disappointed when they arrive
(but at least it is a 🖕 to Facebook)