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The Best Resources For Beginning To Learn What Quora Is All About…

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Quora is a question/answer site that many people (or, at least, many blogs) are saying will be “this year’s Twitter.”

I don’t know if I can fit yet another social media site in my schedule (I may be “maxed-out” with Facebook, blogging, and Twitter), but I’ve begun checking it out. I’m definitely interested in hearing from readers who have been on it for awhile, and what, if anything, they feel they gain from it.

Here are a few resources I’ve found useful to get acquainted with Quora:

Quora – Share Your Knowledge & Find The Best Answers To Your Toughest Questions is from The Make Use of blog.

TechCrunch has posted Frequently Asked Questions About Quora.

How-To Use Quora to Share and Find Information! is from Technology Nerd.

9 Ways to Get More Out of Quora is a useful post from Mashable.

Inspired By Wikipedia, Quora Aims For Relevancy With Topic Groups And Reorganized Topic Pages is a post from TechCrunch.

Quora Attempts To Cut Through The Noise With ‘Browse’ is from TechCrunch.

Quora Gets Threaded Comments, Comment Voting, Editing And Images is a TechCrunch post.

Quora Launches Visual Boards That Look Like Delicious’ Stacks is from Read Write Web.

Quora Launches Blogging Platform With Mobile Text Editor To Give Every Author A Built-In Audience comes from Tech Crunch.

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Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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