Facebook jumps on the Metafilter Bandwagon with New Q&A Offering
Other recent entrants in our market include Ask.com
, which is relying on experts to answer questions, Aardvark
which asks your friends to do the work, and our favorite love-to-hate-em, Yahoo answers
which is teaming with both terrible (hilarious) questions and answers
The Facebook offering will be totally public and searchable by google, with questions answerable by anyone with a Facebook account. It looks like the questions you ask will be tied to your real profile.
Anyone in the Beta have a screen shot?
posted by paddingtonb
on Jul 28, 2010 -
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posted by wittgenstein
on Aug 2, 2008 -