Reddit is a wild, wacky place. Dig a little into the many subreddits and you’ll find a bewildering array of topics tucked inside the clockwork juggernaut that is Reddit (seriously: who goes to /r/UraniumGoneWild?). Luckily the reddit blog has highlighted some little known subreddits. Here are a few of my favorites:
A man walks into a fish and chip shop and asks for fish fingers…
How many Atheists does it take to cross the road?
Why did the plane crash into the mountain?
– Some of the most innovative and unique art in the past twenty years has been the proliferation of new optical illusions. So go hallucinate.
– I’m more surprised that this isn’t in Japan; robot waiters: because they have a better service attitude than humans.
– The first time lightning has been captured by an x-ray camera. Lightning has a cool (but expected) beam rising to the heavens.
– An awesome collection of japanese graphic design.
– For you math nerds: Terry Tao has come across an interesting problem in control theory.
[Pictured: The Lion King]
Deep-sea bacteria form a long-range signaling network, just like in Avatar
DARPA: Where amazing happens
We’re getting a new penny
Where is rich in the USA?
Chasing the perfect chef
Robots totally rule, and don’t you forget it
Architecture review of Las Vegas by an extremely biased New Yorker
Homeless Chic: China’s coolest man
I’m pretty much a huge sucker for noir
Diplomacy can be confusing
A Yellowstone fox catches dinner
Too long have the British menaced our shores
New York City and Las Vegas, from far above
Bye bye, tuna rolls
Some more good advice on being a graduate student
Scene length in movies is converging on a 1/f distribution…like everything else in the world