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Eureka! Pentagon Preps Reddit Clone To Inspire 'Great Ideas'

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The U.S. military has its sights set on Reddit.

The Pentagon plans to create a version of the massively popular social news site, hoping that the crowdsourced discussion platform will surface innovative ideas and solutions to problems big and small.

The Reddit clone is called Eureka and will be part of a bundle of social Web services the military has created—dubbed milSuite—that will mirror popular sites like Facebook, Wikipedia, and YouTube.

Read the whole story at The Daily Dot

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