Upcoming Heath AMA on Reddit

I’m going to be doing an “ask me anything” session this Tuesday, Sept. 9, from 1-3pm (EST) for the folks on the CanadaPolitics subreddit (http://www.reddit.com/r/CanadaPolitics).

For those of you who don’t follow it, CanadaPolitics offers an excellent “curated” overview of Canadian news from multiple sources, and is ruthlessly moderated in order to ensure the highest quality discussion. I check it at least once a day, and so I’m happy to be able to give something back to the community there.

Personally, I’m having difficulty believing that anyone is going to show up for this, so if you have a chance, save me some embarrassment and come ask a question!


Upcoming Heath AMA on Reddit — 1 Comment

  1. Those who haven’t seen an AMA before might be interested to see what one looks like. We had a bunch of particularly high-quality AMAs in the run-up to the Ontario election, and those curious can find links to those AMAs here: http://www.reddit.com/r/CanadaPolitics/wiki/ontarioamas2014

    A wider selection of AMAs can be viewed here: http://www.reddit.com/r/CanadaPolitics/search?q=flair%3Aama&restrict_sr=on

    Setting up a Reddit account is really easy, so even if you haven’t used Reddit before, don’t be afraid to stop by to ask Joe a question!

    (I’m one of the moderators of CanadaPolitics. We’re delighted for our comment control to be known as “ruthless.” Hopefully you’ll all enjoy the unusually civil atmosphere the moderation creates.)