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  • WKRG
    “Best Weatherman Ever” Alan Sealls Doing Reddit AMA on Tuesday!
    WKRG
    MOBILE, AL (WKRG) — After countless Reddit users asked for it again and again, Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls will be doing an “Reddit AMA,” or “Ask Me Anything” thread on Tuesday. On Thursday, a Reddit post titled “Best weatherman ever, very ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 21:36:59 47 827

  • TechCrunch
    Reddit teams with Lucidworks to build new search framework
    TechCrunch
    Reddit revealed today that it has teamed with Lucidworks to provide a long-needed, modern search tool for the immensely popular online discussion platform. When you face the kind of scale that Reddit does with over 300 million monthly active users ...
    Published on: Thu, 07 Sep 13:00:36 21 406

  • Gizmodo
    Trolls Hijacked a Racist Reddit Page With Dozens of Posts About Actual Racing
    Gizmodo
    Activist trolls have taken ownership of Reddit's r/race_realism, finally establishing a safe space on the “frontpage of the internet” to discuss politically incorrect opinions about NASCAR and cycling. “Race realism,” as you may already know, is yet ...
    Published on: Thu, 07 Sep 21:45:37 37 448

  • Lifehacker
    A Beginner's Guide to Reddit
    Lifehacker
    Twelve years on, Reddit still has the same philosophy at its core, with about one billion users per month checking in to “the front page of the Internet.” Yet if you've never plunged into the world of upvotes and downvotes, subreddits and multireddits ...
    Published on: Tue, 05 Sep 13:34:04 16 267

  • USA TODAY
    Reddit is extremely popular. Here's how to watch what your kids are doing
    USA TODAY
    There is perhaps no other site on the Internet more informative, entertaining, and confusing to use than Reddit. It's called “the front page of the Internet” for good reason. Nearly everything you have seen catching viral buzz online likely started on ...
    Published on: Thu, 31 Aug 12:02:21 2 35

  • WKRG
    Reddit's #1 Post: Chief Meteorologist Alan Sealls Declared “Best Weatherman Ever”
    WKRG
    A post titled “Best weatherman ever, very articulate and educational” by user “Stellarnan7” became the top trending post in the country this morning on Reddit, the fourth most-visited website in the world. The article is linked to the most recent ...
    Published on: Thu, 07 Sep 16:20:50 24 295

  • The Independent
    Robert Pattinson's Reddit AMA was a rollercoaster of emotions
    The Independent
    A Reddit AMA, in short, is basically a brief psychoanalytical case study of its subject. Armed with all but a keyboard and the ever-mounting pressure presented by an endless set of questions, a celebrity's furious trip through answer after answer often ...
    Published on: Thu, 07 Sep 12:31:33 14 173

  • City A.M.
    Anonymous Reddit comment sends Rathbone Brothers shares tumbling
    City A.M.
    Anonymous Reddit comment sends Rathbone Brothers shares tumbling. Share. William Turvill. I am City A.M.'s chief City reporter, mainly covering banks, Brexit, M&A and dea [..] Show more. Follow William. Florida Attorney General Opens New CyberCrime ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 14:06:00 18 658

  • Washington Post
    Reddit co-founder is latest tech executive to take parental leave ...
    Washington Post
    Reddit's executive chairman, who is also the fiance of tennis champion Serena Williams, is taking full advantage of his company's new parental leave policy after ...
    Published on: Tue, 05 Sep 17:00:21 4 73

  • Dexerto.com
    The Best Answers From ZooMaa's Reddit AMA
    Dexerto.com
    Professional Call of Duty player for FaZe Clan Tommy 'ZooMaa' Paparratto answered questions from the community in a new Reddit 'Ask Me Anything' thread. Competing at the highest level since CoD Ghosts, ZooMaa has been a part of numerous teams, ...
    Published on: Fri, 08 Sep 20:30:52 29 475

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    Why I love Portugal

    So, I've been following this sub for quite some time, but never really contributed much. However, I've come to realize that what I'm hoping for here is some more background information and maybe less instagramm-y photos without any context. That's why I'm doing this more as a text post with a few photos in between (also, I'm not a photographer person and my phone camera is kinda shitty).Enough with the preface, let's get going...I recently spent two months living in northern Portugal for work and in this time I absolutely fell in love with the country. The people are really nice, the younger ones all speak english, it's rather cheap, the food is good (try Francesinha!), and the weather is great. Before I went, Portugal always kinda flew under the radar for me and I never gave much thought into going there one day, but now, after spending my summer there, I'm completely amazed and can't wait to go back there. I'm by no means an expert when it comes to Portugal and I've only seen a tiny bit of what is to see there, but let me share my enthusiasm with you guys. Plus, I want to remind you to not just visit the main tourist hubs. While I'm glad that Lisbon and Porto seem to be getting more love here recently because they're amazing cities, I'm going to talk about three smaller places that I really liked.So, I was based in the city of Braga, which is around 50 kilometres to the north-east of Porto. The few free days I've had I spent exploring the city and travelling mostly in the surrounding areas in northern Portugal (+ Lisbon). As opposed to Lisbon (and also Porto), Braga gets way less tourists, which I think is a shame, because it really is perfect for a daytrip if you're already in Porto. Taking the train for around four euros, you can get there in an hour and the city easily offers enough to see for one day. The most famous sight is probably the Sanctuary of Bom Jesus do Monte on a hill overlooking the city. It offers a great view and to get there, you have the choice of either taking the beautiful baroque stairway or, if you hate stairs as much as I do, the water-powered funicular, which actually is the world's oldest of its type. Behind the church, there's a small park with a lake, where you can relax or have a picnic. Btw, on the hill, there's another church, just a kilometre down the road. It's less visited, but also offers a nice view and a lot of stairs (no funicular, though :/ ). If you've already made it up the hill, you might want to check it out, too. Back in the city centre, there are a lot more churches to visit (incredible, how many churches they fit in one city), most notably the cathedral, and quite a few other remnants of the city's long history.Another city to do a day trip to from Porto is Guimarães. It's considered to be the birthplace of the nation of Portugal and, like Braga, has a pretty long history, as indicated by the many old buildings. For me, the most impressive was the castle, which was built as early as the 10th century, but there's loads of other stuff to see. You can also take the cable railway (? don't know the right word for that in English, sorry) to get to a church on top of a hill just outside the city. IMO, the church is not all that interesting, but similar to Braga, you can catch a nice view of the city and there's a park, too, to relax.My favority place however, was not a city, but Peneda Gerês, Portugal's only national park, right at the border to Spain. It's another 30 or 40 kilometres from Braga and there's busses going there every day. It's really, really great if you're into hiking. For me as an introvert, there's nothing better than just sitting at a place like this for five hours and doing nothing but enjoying the view and reading a good book, not seeing a single person the whole time. Seriously, check it out. Supposedly, you might even be able to see wild horses, but I only saw their tracks.Obrigado for reading this. I hope I could convey my love for Portugal at least a bit (and I also hope I didn't butcher the english language too much and that it's somewhat readable).TL;DR: Go to Portugal. If you're going to Portugal, visit the North. If you're going to the North, do not just visit Porto. via /r/travel ift.tt/2xbBYu7

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