I love Reddit. It's one of my favorite websites I use to learn new information about subjects of interest. There is a subreddit for nearly every category imaginable. As this video says, "if Google is where you go to search for things, then Reddit is where you go to see the things that people have found."
I got curious tonight to see what the top "instructional design" post made to Reddit is. Here's what I found:
I love this workspace layout. The designer has been careful to exclude everything but essential tools to complete her or his work. There's something about a clean, minimalist workspace that helps me focus, design, and deliver.