About Yishan Wong:
Yishan Wong is also the co-founder of Mountain View coworking space Sunfire Offices, and an advisor at Quora. Wong was previously a senior engineering manager at PayPal, then worked at Facebook as a director of engineering on projects including crowd translation. Since April 2011, Wong has been a contributing editor at Forbes magazine.
I think that building any product that has a lot of user loyalty is a bit like making a sequel to a great movie or video game - people generally want 'more of the same thing, except better and different.'Yishan Wong
I'm not looking to step in and make 'big, bold changes' - I think reddit is great, and the team has a lot of good features already in the pipeline to improve functionality for users and mods, help with subreddit discovery, improve the API, and help b...Yishan Wong
With Facebook, you're not really allowed to be unhappy. Think about it: There's only a like button. Yes, you can be angry, but it's only lighthearted rage. On Reddit, perhaps because you can be anonymous, people are willing to be openly sad or angry....Yishan Wong
Reddit strives to be a community-oriented link-sharing and news site, which means that all our content is submitted and voted on by members of our community. We don't interfere with that process at all, either in an editorial or curation capacity.Yishan Wong