Away from the Trump supporter spam and creepy fake celebrity porn, Reddit is still home to uplifting conversations, useful information and weird-arse videos. The key is, and always has been, subscribing to the right subreddits. The Lifehacker team shares our favourites below.
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Beth Skwarecki, Health Editor
Joel Kahn, Senior Video Producer
Michelle Woo, Parenting Editor
Nick Douglas, Staff Writer
Adam Powers, Video Producer
Another Lifehacker-ish subreddit I'm into is r/TodayILearned, which is like r/YouShouldKnow, but for facts. There's even a post you can read all about the difference between the two subreddits, which will save you from getting in trouble with your fellow know-it-alls.
Melissa Kirsch, Editor-in-chief
Virginia K. Smith, Managing Editor