Monday 20 November 2017

Reddit releasing an AMA book


Paul Mallon

Reddit is putting together its favourite Ask Me Anything sessions for a coffee table book with some fun people in it

Reddit is a place that can be pretty confusing (how do we even get upvotes?!) but it also has some amazing content and access, especially when it comes to the frequent Ask Me Anything sessions.

These casual interviews bring in some famous and clever folks and spam them with questions for a certain period. People like Barack Obama, Madonna, Bill Gates, Arnie, Louis CK, Danny Boyle, Roger Ebert and Neil deGrasse Tyson have all popped into share their thoughts. And now you can share their thoughts as well.

Reddit is putting out a 400 page book called Ask Me Anything: Volume One which will include chats with some of the above. The book also includes unique illustrations by youngluck and while famous folks will be present they've also compiled some of the most interesting AMAs from the last seven years, including those with a holocaust survivor and a fellow who works with nuclear missiles.

What's more, this is a strictly limited item with onlt 10,000 copies in print. That's retailing for a fairly reasonable $35 right now and you can also get an ebook version for less than a fiver. If this is a success you can expect plenty more AMA style books. Or you could always root out the originals on Reddit.

Online Editors

Promoted Links

Business Newsletter

Read the leading stories from the world of Business.

Promoted Links

Also in Business