I'm a college student currently going for my bachelor's in physics. I have a diverse set of academic interests that includes mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, mathematics, and programming.
My hobbies include running, video games, reading (sci-fi mostly), listening to music, and lots of movie watching. I am somewhat of a movie connoisseur; I make a ton of trips to the theater.
There are some things I have limited exposure to, but I would love to become familiar with. I would like to get into drawing more often. I think calligraphy is also neat.
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I think it would be interesting depending on how fast mods are hemorrhaged. If the majority of the large subreddit moderators left overnight it would be very difficult for their shoes to be filled. It takes a different skillset than moderating smaller subreddits. The transition period where the new mods learned how to deal with it would be rough.
If the bottom fell out overnight it would also spark outrage amongst the users. If it was slower the userbase probably wouldn't notice.
I actually love stumbleupon! It's what brought me to reddit in the first place. I would usually find new subreddits by browsing the comments section. A lot of people would link to some relevant subreddit. Another great way is to follow any links in the side bar of a subreddit (or to browse related tags in the case of hubski).
If you want to contribute new content I would suggest following more blogs and news websites. Blogs especially seem to be content creators.