The evolution of Q&A (in short).

Remember when you actually called relevant friends and family members when you had a question about something? You’d call Aunt Harriet when you wanted party-planning advice, or Joe from your old office when you were looking to buy a new car. We relied on the people around us who knew everything about something; those are the people we looked to for guidance.

I love it how WikiAnswers is kind of that on a global scale. Have a question about bathing your cat? Formatting a hard drive? The absolutely powerful thing about WikiAnswers is that all those everyday experts are doing their best to give good, solid, useful answers – and they are doing it 24/7. Real questions, real people, real expertise. It’s like a global Q&A village… spanning thousands of topics and dozens of countries on one site.

This post was inspired by… Question Shop.

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