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Sunday, June 23, 2013

Upcoming Reddit IAMA!

A few weeks ago, I was invited to do an IAMA (“I am _____, ask me anything”) thread on Reddit.com.  As many TAW listeners probably know, Reddit is a major web community, with roughly 20 million users.  As an extra bonus, recent Reddit IAMAs have been done by Mike Duncan of The History of Rome and Lars Brownworth of 12 Byzantine Rulers and Norman Centuries (both of whom were major inspirations for my creating The Ancient World) as well as a number of other great history podcasters. 

I’m happy to announce that my TAW IAMA will happen this Tuesday June 25th at 6:30PM EST, and will run for a few hours.  On the day of the IAMA, you should be able to access the thread by going to: 


From what I’ve been told, it should be easy to find from there.  Please feel free to stop by, say hi, and ask any questions you’ve been meaning to ask, about the podcast or anything else.   

Thanks again for listening!
Scott C.

1 comment:

  1. Great idea! Might drop by with a few questions of my own, and it'll certainly be interesting to see the interaction between you and the other listeners!

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