Get to know Reddit with a few good tags.
The idea of running a site full of user-contributed links, to be commended or condemned by the same pool of users, will eventually recommend the practice of good karma accumulation.
Once upon a time, the site had a love affair with one of the most excruciating programming languages of all time, Lisp (short for List Processing). Karma well-deserved? They’re doing much better with Python now.
“I’ve been trapped in a frame, strangled and eaten by a Python, been buried by a penguin, sledded into a sign, gotten electrocuted, been rolled up in a snowball, been floated up into the air, and almost got crushed by a falling sign.” [Â»] See ’em all here.
They sure know how to keep the customers coming.
They say: “If it’s linkable, it’s submittable.” But if you send a questionable site, it’ll end up in the restricted area.
Belongs to Circle Number
3, The Pseudo-Abstract
Bastardized English, Root Word Drop
Other Moneymaking Schemes
Cafepress, of course.
What They Call Their Users
Web 2.0 Validator Score