Kethinov writes: Having just raised $50 million, reddit suddenly decided to force all its remote workers to move to San Francisco. From the article: "Company CEO Yishan Wong took to Twitter to confirm the new employee policy, which he said was unrelated to the new investment. 'Intention is to get whole team under one roof for optimal teamwork. Our goal is to retain 100 percent of the team,' he said." The decision was not well received by everyone, with some suggesting that perhaps Yishan should get with the 21st century instead.