reddit: the front page of the internet
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Try as I might, I don't seem to get Reddit. I like it but it does not like me back. I keep hoping I can grasp it but I am at a loss on how to follow it. But I will not give up somehow someway I am going to get on Reddit and learn how to maneuver it.
Reddit's sub-reddit structure makes it really useful for keeping up with all your interests. You can see news in all flavors, all the way to niche hobby forums. The comments are the best parts, going down rabbit-holes only tangentially related to the original post can be so satisfying and enlightening.
Reddit, also known as the front page of the internet, has been my go to site to keep up with he massive volume of information presented to me online. I use reddit for breaking news, as current events often skyrocket their way into popularity. Other times I find a quick laugh as someone makes a post that brightens my day. Reddit seems to have a litt... Reddit, also known as the front page of the internet, has been my go to site to keep up with he massive volume of information presented to me online. I use reddit for breaking news, as current events often skyrocket their way into popularity. Other times I find a quick laugh as someone makes a post that brightens my day. Reddit seems to have a little bit of everything. But like all great products one can find the downside. Reddit allows you to join communities known as sub-reddits. These are threads on every topic you can think of. As great as being in a group is, you come to realize you will need a certain amount of "reputation" to make a post. This is usually a combination of the days your account has been active, with a combination of comments you have made in other subs. As Reddit users are often of the tech crowd, they have the ability to make "bots", which are programmed to send spam. This is an attempt to control this problem, and a bit of burden if you are a human with something to say. I gave Reddit a four star rating because it is a great site, but also frustrating for the every day computer user. Read more
an easy to use webpage with great variety of choices, where you can find information about pleaple, places, jobs and almost any type of subject any one might want to know. easy to navigate being a very user friendly page with great resources and skills
I was told by my step-son that this was a good plat form so I thought I would check it out. I was not impressed with the way people talk to each other, rude, all they want to do it seems to me is argue with one another. I understand having an opinion but to argue the same opinion is just moot Mary A
a very cool cell application, where you can share your pictures, you can select also what kind of pictures you are interested in, received a selection every day, and share them on your own social network. It's totally free. I advice it, a good way to start your day with a good view of the world.
Reddit is definitely a website with the largest community. I've seen a lot of negative reviews here but most of them are so out of context. They're censoring your speech because you either talk nonsense or you're being too offensive. i give it 5/5 stars