Beyond the Front Page of Reddit
July 31, 2009 12:48 AM Subscribe
Apologies in advance for yet another
reddit link, but I thought these were worthy enough to post for the uninitiated. Reddit
, a link aggregator site, is often dismissed as another digg, 4chan, or fark, perhaps justifiably so. Users, however, know there's some excellent subreddits (among the thousands) lurking beneath the main page...The "I am a" subreddit
. (Based on the statement: "I am a ____, ask me anything.") No holds barred self-descriptions of all kinds of professions, religions, and circumstances little understood by popular American culture, including: a sikh
, someone who lived in North Korea as a child
, and a reddit cofounder.
The Today I Learned subreddit.
Want to procrastinate some more? Check out the top scorers.
The Ask Reddit subreddit
. Like Askmetafilter without the moderation and spell check.
The wikipedia subreddit,
linking to the more unusual and interesting wikipedia entries.
And for metafilter diehards, the ask metafilter subreddit
. (Just posting a link to a link that links to this site is making me feel spacey.)