Venture Beat :: Creating a community from scratch is a pretty tough thing to do, as Reddit co-found Steve Huffman explained in a recent video lesson for online university startup Udacity. When Huffman and co-founder Alexis Ohanian first launched Reddit in 2005, it was relatively quiet and devoid of users. Obviously, something had to jump-start interest in the site, which now generates over 2 billion monthly page views. Apparently there was another secret ingredient.
Continue to read Tom Cheredar, venturebeat.com