This Is What 'Reddit In Real Life' Looks Like

Why in the world was there be a Reddit booth at a video game convention this past weekend?

A) To sell Reddit swag. (They did.) B) To draw lines of people. (They did.) C) To let Reddit workers meet real-life Redditors in the flesh. (They did.) D) To run a low-tech Reddit-in-real-life using magic markers and a whiteboard. (They did this, too.)

Reddit's Jena Donlin explains real-life, manual Reddit in the video here, which we shot this past weekend at PAX East in Boston. Don't fret if you missed it. Donlin says they'll be doing this more.


Comments

    I always imagined it to be like the mos eisley spaceport where stolen memes are hoarded

    Did kotaku take a few of the pieces of paper and make stories out of them?

    Did they turn up to steal other people's booths , put dirty great Reddit watermarks on them and attempt to pass them off as their own original content?

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