Blopboard hopes to fill a void in Q&A sites with sleek visualizations of the Internet’s collective conscious.
Quora is buzzing with speculation regarding the sudden departure of one of its founders, Charlie Cheever, only four months after the company received an infusion of $50 million. The Silicon Valley startup has been hailed as the next big thing in social media, but growth is sluggish and users are in revolt.
Question and Answer sites have been around for quite some time now. But despite the its being useful, it is one online niche that has never really received too much attention. So, we can count only a handful of Q&A sites which have managed to live on. Here are five top Q&A sites which will all give you answers to your questions, no matter how mundane or burning those questions are. The list include the newly launched Wikianswers from Jimmy Wales who became well known for the Wikipedia.