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This article was published on June 23, 2012

Here’s the easiest way to read the most epic “I Am A” threads from Reddit

Here’s the easiest way to read the most epic “I Am A” threads from Reddit
Drew Olanoff
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The “I Am A” aka “IAmA” threads on Reddit are fun to follow. You can find yourself in a question and answer session with just about anyone. In fact, the co-founder of Reddit, Alexis Ohanian, participated in one today.

As you know, on Reddit, the community can up-vote certain threads, giving them points. There’s no real easy way to check out the best IAmA threads on Reddit itself, so here’s a site called TopIAmA to take care of that for you.

The premise is simple, the site shows all of the threads ranked by points and serves as an easy springboard to jump right into the discussions that took place:

TopIAmA even parses all of the data and puts the Q&A into an easier to read format than Reddit’s own threads:

If you’re looking for some light reading for this weekend, give the site a look. You might be surprised by what you read.

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