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"I am 3X Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter/producer Wyclef Jean, and today marks the 20th anniversary of the Fugees' The Score - Ask me Anything!" -- the AMA began like any other, really. The first question then set the tone for what was to follow.

"Yeah I've got a question for you:

How dare you?"


Ever wanted to ask iiNet's chief regulatory officer, Steve Dalby, what he really thinks about piracy? Or the NBN? Or even whether he thinks Spiderman can take The Hulk in a fight? You're going to get the chance today as the man himself takes to Reddit for an Ask Me Anything session.


If you don't know who Greens' Senator Scott Ludlam is, then listen up. He's a top bloke and also a guy who has been at the forefront of issues like the data retention proposals and the National Broadband Network roll-out as the Communications spokesperson for the Greens. Why are we re-introducing you to him? You're about to get a decent opportunity to ask him stuff because he's doing his first Reddit Ask Me Anything (AMA) right now!


Barack Obama, President of the United States of America is doing a Reddit Ask-Me-Anything right now. One of the more interesting revelations, though, is that POTUS is a Mac user.


Over the last 80 years, comic books have gone from being a literary joke, to ammunition to beat up nerds like me, right through to being the biggest box office success in the history of film. The journey of the comic book is at its peak right now and surfing that wave of success is cult hero Stan Lee, who penned some of the world's favourite stories. So what makes comic books so popular?