Best Tech news subreddit
Reddit advertises itself as the front page of the Internet, and honestly, it’s not hard to see why. With more than 70 billion pageviews, Reddit is big business, and has been a major source of good will (they operate the world’s largest secret Santa program) and controversy (for example, the site’s general hands off approach to policing subreddits has made the site a haven for racists, misogynists, and other unsavory sorts.)
As probably the biggest content aggregate online, Reddit is a sort of massive forum divided into thousands of smaller subforums — colloquially called “subreddits” — where people can share links and have discussions. Warts and all, Reddit is still a great place to kill time and even have some enlightening conversation. New users might feel overwhelmed with the sheer amount of subreddits, though. Below are some of the better ones spanning a breadth of topics, off the beaten path.
There are a lot of misconceptions about historical events. Sometimes they are minor (it turns out George Washington Carver did not invent peanut butter) sometimes they are ridiculous (aliens building the pyramids.) A sort of comical companion to AskHistorians, Badhistory showcases some of the most ludicrous examples of historical errors. Like AskHistorians, they have firm standards for posts, requiring thorough explanations for why something is incorrect. So sit back, have a laugh at people who think Edison assassinated Tesla, and maybe even learn a little in the process.
Like history, science can be a difficult subject to study on your own. As such, why not seek the wisdom of experts? Answers on r/AskScience are backed up by peer-reviewed sources, ensuring they will be trustworthy, and the rules stifle any attempts to take things off-topic or spread misinformation. Whether you have questions on physics, biology, or any other aspect of the natural world, there is likely someone on this subreddit willing to provide an informed answer. A knowledgeable community and strict rules also help keep AskScience one of the most informative, civil forums on Reddit.
Probably the most famous subreddit, r/IAmA is a place for people from all walks of life to do informal Q&A sessions. AMAs — short for “ask me anything” — attract all sorts of characters, and are great way to get firsthand knowledge about what it’s like to be a firefighter, a corporate whistleblower, a NASA scientists, etc. In recent years, the subreddit has become famous for celebrity AMAs (shorthand for “ask me anything”). If you want to hear Jeff Bridges’ advice on how to make a marriage last, or for some reason want to ask Patrick Stewart whether he’d prefer to fight a horse-sized duck or 100 duck-sized horses, those are opportunities you’ll find on r/IAmA.
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