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Reddit’s Hidden Easter Egg: ‘/r/technolog’ Subreddit Will Make You Feel Light Headed, Open At Your Own Risk


For regular Redditors, /r/technology is a well-known subreddit visited by an uncountable number of users every day. But we are humans we make typos. And sometimes these typos can take us at places where we have no option but get dizzy, feel amazed and irritated at the same
time.
Accidentally spotted by TNW’s Napier Lopez, the /r/technolog is a subreddit where the content on the screen rotates in a clockwise direction which will make your head go round in circles. And it seems it won’t stop until the end of time.
rtechnolog subreddit
Screenshot: Reddit
If you can manage, the links present on the screen are clickable. You can find ‘Help’ and ‘It’s Cold’ written on the screen. Also, there is some rotating piece of colored text which appears to be arranged in the shape of some country. After digging through the web for a while I found out the text is an excerpt from The New Annotated H.P. Lovecraft.
Don’t forget to check out /r/technolog.

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