Christine Lagorio is a senior writer at Inc Magazine and has been covering startups and entrepreneurship for the last seven years. She has previously written for Congressional Quarterly, CBS News, The Village Voice, The New York Times, and The San Francisco Chronicle. This is her first book.
A triumph - a business book that reads like a page-turning novel . . . This book captures all the wonder and anxiety we feel about human connection in the social media age -- <b>James Ledbetter, author of <i>One Nation Under Gold</b></i> I've heard every start-up story you can imagine, but Reddit's is as fascinating as it gets. Christine has captured what it really looks like to start a company and turned Reddit's struggle for success into a gripping, entertaining book that is a must-read for every entrepreneur -- <b>Daymond John, star of ABC's Shark Tank, bestselling author of <i>Rise and Grind</i></b> The best, grittiest, most accurate book yet about what it's like to build a startup and a community from scratch (a struggle I know well). And it's a great story; truly fun to read! -- <b>John Zeratsky, former design partner, Google Ventures, and <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author of <i>Sprint</i> and <i>Make Time</i></b> Incisive, witty and brilliantly written. Lagorio-Chadkin gives you a front row seat to the world-altering consequences of sometimes responsible decisions made by a few tiny humans on the front lines of the internet, nerds and all -- <b>Emily Chang, author of the national bestseller <i>Brotopia</i></b> Reddit is life. Or at least that's the case for millions upon millions of people on the Internet. Christine Lagorio-Chafkin has done a masterful job of explaining how Reddit became the Internet's dominant cultural force. Fast-paced, packed with insight and, above all, wonderfully entertaining, this is a must read for anyone hoping to make sense of the century ahead -- <b>Ashlee Vance, <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author of <i>Elon Musk</i></b>