Ask-A: Question and Answer Sources
Sometimes the best way to get an answer is to ask someone.
Others on the Internet |
Archives of Questions and Answers
Ask Someone in the Business: Directories of Experts:
Ask a Group: Directories of Associations:
Ask a Librarian:
Ask Others on the Internet:
Some of these sites have a searchable archive of past
- Ask Metafilter
- Google Answers - Users
answer each other's questions — for a price agreed upon by
questioner and answerer. However, you can browse the archive of answers
- I Love Everything
- Quora - Collaborative site that aims "to have each question page become the best possible resource for someone who wants to know about the question"
- Reference.com - "What's your question?" It's not clear to me who is answering the questions or how one might submit a question on this site.
- Wait But Why - Answers by three people, with comments from readers
- Wonderopolis - Questions suggested by kids
- Yahoo Answers - Users answer each other's questions; browsable archive of answers
Archives of Questions and Answers:
If someone's asked your question before, you may
find the answer at one of these sites.