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Ask Elon Musk Your Questions In Reddit AMA Tomorrow

[Update: The AMA is over. You can read the highlights (according to me) here: Highlights From Elon Musk Reddit AMA]


Look, he’s nice. He won’t bite… too hard.

The introduction to Elon Musk in the video here does a good job of capturing just how influential this man is. He’s a living legend, and Edison of our time. I know, the readers here on CleanTechnica already know this, and you’ve probably watched and read all of these interviews and many more. But now you have a chance to ask Elon your own questions (if you haven’t done so already).

Elon is participating in a reddit “AMA” tomorrow (January 5) at 9:00pm EST. If you are not familiar with reddit AMAs, basically, redditors have an hour to ask Elon questions. He responds to the ones he can (and wants to) respond to in that time.

With the large number of Elon Musk fans on reddit (which is one of the largest websites in the world), I imagine the AMA will be very interesting. I imagine it will also be difficult to get a question in, but if you are fast and have a good one, it is very possible.

So, go sign up to reddit if you haven’t already, and join the AMA here tomorrow!

Unfortunately, I think I’m going to miss it, as the time here will be 3am. But who knows, maybe our 6-month-old will wake me up in time for the fun. 😀

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