Wonder how your friends always find cool stuff on the Internet before you? They're probably using Reddit, the self-proclaimed "front page of the Internet". This site, essentially a collection of links, is your key to finding the best things on the web.
It can also be confusing to use at first. Good thing there's "Best of the Web, Delivered: The Reddit Manual". This guide, by author Dave LeClair, outlines everything you need to know in order to get the most out of Reddit.
Reddit covers every type of subject imaginable, and with their system of voting on pieces of content you will know right away that what you are seeing is the best content around, according to thousands of other Reddit users. It can be hard to find quality content on the Internet. Reddit eliminates this problem by letting users sort through the mess and find only the best.
Our Reddit manual outlines everything you need to get the most out of this social news site, so download it now!
This manual outlines
-What Reddit is, and why you should check it out
-Browsing Reddit to find content you're interested in
-Finding the best SubReddits
-The importance, and meaning, of Reddiqutte
-How to properly submit a link to Reddit
-The importance of Reddit karma
-What the heck the various acronyms frequently used on Reddit mean.