Reddit.com is a popular tool in geek culture, but it can be a little hard to take for the uninitiated.
It bills itself as the front page of the Internet and is a great example of democracy on the Internet.
It’s like a huge message board where articles and postings get voted up and down by the community, so popular content bubbles to the top.
One of my favorite features of Reddit are the AMAs, which stands for Ask Me Anything.
It’s a virtual live interview of famous folks that you can participate in by asking them anything; even the President’s done one.
If you get the Ask Me Anything app, you can search through past sessions and set reminders for upcoming AMAs so you can ask your favorite personalities a question.
If you find Reddit.com to be too much to handle, start with this excellent app.
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