Archive for the ‘Q&A’ Category

Remember the days of sending out real paper invitations to your friends and then waiting patiently by the phone for them to call with their response?  OK, so some of you are probably too young to remember those days, which is unfortunate since it’s a much more personal way to introduce your event to your […]

MemorizeNow is yet another application that I wish existed when I was still in school.  It helps you remember short and long  phrases of text by training your brain how to read the phrases with different words removed in each sequence.  This can be used for something as simple as word definitions to long speeches […]

Thinkmeter gives you a way to quickly get opinions and advice from friends, family and co-workers. You can ask for opinions on anything from what color to paint your kitchen to what to buy your Mom for her birthday – and you don’t even need to sign up to use it. If you do sign […]

SmarterChild has become a nice little addition to my buddies list on AIM and now, Gmail. No he’s not human, he’s a bot, but he knows a lot more than most of my human friends. All you need to do is add SmarterChild to your buddies list on AIM, MSN Messenger, or ICQ. If you […]

YourStreet gives you a way to see exactly what’s going on in your neighborhood – “down to the street level”.  After you choose your location, you’re presented with an interactive map that displays news stories, conversations, and people.  You can see news that happened down the street from you, participate in conversations with people who […]

Going to a job interview can be a scary thing.  I can also say, as someone that used to have to give job interviews, asking the questions can be nerve racking as well.  Well, InterviewUp wants to help out both parties involved in the interviewing process.  Potential employees can find and ask questions that are […]

TryThis is a recommendation site that helps you find pretty much anything you can think of with the help of the TryThis community. After you sign up, you can add things you like to your profile. It can be anything from movies to electronics. Other members can see this in your profile and leave you […]

Zoho has an office suite of web based applications that seems to be growing every time I go back to the site.  For some reason I never noticed Zoho Polls way down at the bottom of their homepage.  It was released in April of last year but is so easy to use I thought I’d […]

Fluther is a Q&A site that keeps you updated in real time when someone is reading or composing an answer to your question.  When you sign up for your account, you’ll need to fill out a profile which will tell Fluther what sort of questions you may be able to answer.  You can rate answers, […]