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Posts Tagged: Quora
I’m a big fan of the site Quora. It’s a great community where really smart people ask and answer questions – a Yahoo Answers that isn’t lame. Tonight the President is coming to Quora. More info below The 2012 State of the Union: Watch the Address and Ask the White House Your Questions on QuoraRead… Read more »
An interesting discussion — among members of our community — of version control for legislation in digital formats took place this past week on Quora. Ari Hershowitz of Tabulaw (GovLoop profile here) began the discussion. Contributors to the discussion included Tom Bruce of the Legal Information Institute (GovLoop profile here), Marci Harris of POPVOX (GovLoopRead… Read more »
My latest “Backtalk” just posted over at Federal Computer Week. As always, it draws upon the insights of GovLoopers to tease out a trend in government. Here’s an excerpt: It’s Valentine’s Day, and I have to admit that I am getting a bit envious of the new kid in town. Everyone seems to be infatuatedRead… Read more »
There has been a lot of hype around the not-so-new social network called Quora in the past few weeks. Quora describes itself as: A continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organized by everyone who uses it. Or as David Griner puts it: It’s like the community side of LinkedIn, merged withRead… Read more »
One of the joys of sudden web trends is the speed at which the too-cool-for-school types start to affect disdain and boredom for something that’s been popular for all of a week or so.Take Quora.com– a US-based site which styles itself as ‘a continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organized byRead… Read more »