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Try your hand at the test Thomas Edison designed for prospective National Park Service employees

With 30 million unique visitors and close to 2 billion page views a month, it's safe to say a lot happens on the link-sharing and discussion site Reddit every day. There are more than90,000 sections on the site; a single discussion alone can sometimes attract more than 10,000 comments.

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  • New Mexico’s Dr. Michael Hamm, a physicist, neuroscientist, and anti-SOPA essayist, did an AMA in conjunction with the announcement of his run for Congress, as did Sean Closson, a 25-year-old artist also from New Mexico. (r/IAmA)

  • Today I Learned has a stunningly cool way to do multiplication. (r/TodayILearned)

  • Try your hand at the test Thomas Edison designed for prospective National Park Service employees. (r/TrueReddit)

  • The day after the SOPA-inspired blackout, r/AskReddit addresses what to do when the tables are turned: A local business used a redditors’ friend’s art without compensation or permission. (r/AskReddit)
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