Reddit can be an incredibly fun tool, if you know how to use it.
The so-called "front page of the internet" might look a bit drab, as its design hasn’t changed much since its 2005 debut. But if you only think of the site as a text-based forum for discussion, you're missing out on some of its best aspects.
If you follow the right "subreddits" — areas of interest created and moderated by other Reddit users — you’ll always have plenty of interesting links, photos, videos, and GIFs to gawk at and share.
There are literally millions of subreddits out there, but here are the 13 best:
For when you need a quick video clip to brighten your mood.
For the occasional but necessary reminder that nature is downright incredible.