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Nathan S.

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Experience: Business, Computers & Technology

Member since March 2012

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3/8/12

Finally, the front page to the internet. OK, so that doesn't explain much. Basically, you find something online you want to share with others, you click on the funny little alien head. You input a title to explain your find, along with additional text, and there you go: you've shared a bit of your life with the world. Reddit has a rating system (upvotes, downvotes) to control how interesting and relevant your link is to the community, and the most interesting, funny, or touching links usually makes it to its coveted "front page" (the first page you see when you visit the site). Because of the various "sub-reddits" available on the site, you can register a screenname for yourself and start personalizing what information you want to see on your front page (i. E. If you're a fan of jazz music, http://www.reddit.com/r/jazz has posts of jazz-related finds).

This site is notorious for having a massive following and a simplistic design, making it easy to use. Commenting on others links allows you to give your opinion on the post or ask questions. You don't even have to post a link to an image or video to ask a question, search for help, or contact other users. After a few days of trying it out, I'm sure you will be as hooked as I was because there is so much original content floating around on the site that it keeps you coming back.

3/8/12

If you enjoy art, typography, or architectural photos, this site is a great source for new images that you will not find just randomly through a Google Search or someone's blog. The users who are registered on the site upload new images or link images from another site, and if you are a user yourself, you can start favoriting images so the website can start recommending similar pictures for you. I'm not a user, but it works the same way: you browse the day's finds, and when you click on an image, it brings the image up in a larger window, followed by similar finds below the picture. This allows you to "lose yourself" in the creativity that people have found. A lot of the images are available on art blogs or various art websites, but if you do not know of these websites (like I don't), it provides a good way to share what you found. I use this site all the time to get new inspiration for art, and I think you'll enjoy it.

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