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Thursday, November 01, 2007

Find Answers (to anything)

Ask Jeeves used to be the only place on the net to ask a random question and expect an answer (be it computer generated). It uses a search engine based system to do this. However, there are better ways to get answers to your questions. New 'answer' web sites use social networking tools to allow other people to answer your questions and so you end up all helping each other. Here's our favourites (starting with the best):
1. Yahoo Answer
2. WikiAnswers
3. AnswerBank (UK based)
4. Half Bakery (suggest inventions)
5. Qunu (technical experts answer you)
You need to join each of the sites to get answers.