How to succeed at reddit: A visual guide

November 27, 2013

We've helpfully redacted the "adult language." (visual.ly)

The fine folks over at visual.ly have published an interactive representation of the top-scoring reddit posts of all time put together by James Trimble from UK Data Explorer. So what can we learn from this? Mostly that if you want to earn some imaginary Internet points you should submit something funny or a cool photo -- or both. You can check out the un-censored, clickable version here.

Andrea Peterson covers technology policy for The Washington Post, with an emphasis on cybersecurity, consumer privacy, transparency, surveillance and open government.
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