This MD and YouTube influencer first caught the attention of my wife, an RN. She showed me some of his music videos (which parody the real struggles of health care professionals using current pop music hits). I subscribed to his channel for the informational videos like this one. Please watch.
I’m always confused when people shit-post about Reddit, since I’ve had the most positive interactions with other Internet users there than any other social media site. Based on my seven years on it, I’m pretty sure there are more serious, intelligent, and helpful people hanging out on Reddit than on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Where else can you find actual scientists or engineers or IT professionals or artists or authors or whatever your interest area is, ask them a question, and get a serious answer? Why don’t you check it out today?
Here’s how Reddit looks to me; this is my feed of subreddit subscriptions. A subreddit is sort of equivalent to a Twitter hashtag or Facebook group or Instagram following.
(I received nothing in exchange for this endorsement, and neither does Reddit.)