Mark Hamill Brought Reddit an AMA From a Galaxy Far, Far Away
The Joker and Luke Skywalker—er, Mark Hamill—did an AMA on Reddit last night, and it was pretty much as great as you would expect. Unfortunately, there wasn't any Episode VII news outside of a brief discussion on whether or not Luke would sport any facial hair, but here are some of our favorite questions and answers.Read on...
Commander Chris Hadfield Discusses Going through Customs after Being in Space and More in His Reddit AMA
Astronaut. Social Media Phenomenon. Mustache Grower. Canadian astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield is an amazing human being, and people have been taking notice after his great videos of life in space, his book, and his hilarious videos of astronaut life on Earth. He took to Reddit yesterday to let users ask him anything at all in a Reddit AMA.Read on...
Highlights from Mystery Science Theater 3,000 Creator Joel Hodgson’s Reddit AMA Ahead of Thanksgiving Marathon
Joel Hodgson, creator of the show Mystery Science Theather 3,000, held an AMA on Reddit to give fans the answers to all of their burning questions as he prepares for the show's Thanksgiving day web marathon. Take a look at some of the best answers and advice he gave, and attempt to keep your sanity with the help of your Reddit friends.Read on...
Got Actual Shark Questions? Ask Real Live Scientist David Shiffman In Tomorrow’s AMA
Between the current criticism lobbied at this year's Discovery Channel Shark Week programming and the mysterious dead shark found in the New York subway the other day, people have a lot of unanswered question about sharks. Well, tomorrow you'll have somebody to turn to -- David Shiffman, a marine biologist who specializes in shark conservation.Read on...
Have a Question for NASA? Deputy Chief Lori Garver is Doing an AMA Today
We do our very best here at Geekosystem to keep you apprised of what NASA is up to. It's something we're passionate about, and you all seem to enjoy it as well. We get comments and emails asking us follow up questions about some NASA stories, and we don't always have the answers. NASA Deputy Chief Lori Garver has the answers, and you can ask her anything on Reddit today.Read on...
Bill Gates Is Absolutely CRUSHING a Reddit AMA Right NowProgrammer, technologist, philanthropist and strong contender for King Of The Geeks Bill Gates is about 45 minutes into an AMA on Reddit right now, folks, and he is absolutely killing it. From his predictions on what the next big changes in technology will be to fielding questions on how to more effectively introduce vaccines in the developing world, Gates is being kind of the man right now in what is a pretty excellent AMA, following questions right down into the nitty gritty of comments and being smarter and funnier than you expect while doing it. If you haven't poked your head in yet, this is your cue to do so right now.Read on...
Tim Schafer to Do AMA on March 4, Perfects Acting in Kickstarter Blooper Video
Hi, Internet. We felt a great way to start your morning would be with hilarity and some good news. 2 Player Productions has released the outtakes from Tim Schafer's Kickstarter video -- you know the one, where he was hilarious and it helped raise a bunch of money and broke Kickstarter records? As an added bonus, at the end of the outtakes video, it is announced that Tim Schafer will be doing a reddit AMA on Sunday, March 4, at 1PM PST (4PM EST). Now that you have plans for Sunday afternoon, head on past the break and check out the outtakes video, and learn that Tim Schafer is funny even when he's messing up being funny.Read on...