I think the main selling point of Hubski truly is the intimate sense of community. I see the same people over and over, and generally get to know what they are about and what they are interested in. The people here really are some of the most intelligent and thoughtful people you will encounter on the Internet, and I think Hubski's format encourages that. I'm always finding new content both through simply browsing my feed and through exploration. There's different features and projects that you can explore and become a part of. The mixtape project and the weekly music thread pop into my mind immediately as examples, as I'm quite interested in those two. Reddit has it's own strengths, and while I still browse over there regularly, I can say without hesitation that I would choose Hubski over Reddit if presented with such a choice.