If you’re on the lookout for information, resources or clues, here’s one to add to the mix – quora.com. I came across Quora whilst reading Andrew Chen’s recent post. Quora says of itself : “a continually improving collection of questions and answers created, edited, and organized by everyone who uses it.”
While there may be lots of insightful commentary and good work out there on the net, there are as many incorrect or false work – assumptions, fiction and garbage masquerading otherwise. Your job is to go through everything you come across with a fine tooth comb and make a call on what you feel and believe to be worth your time and which is true.
In actual fact, this is not just true of the net but of any opinions or facts you read about across different mediums and platforms. So, while the idea of a repository of questions and answers looks super good as an ongoing archive on any given topic area and may even be a launching pad for research for some, its really as good as the people who choose to contribute to it and keep it alive.
You should check it out for yourself and decide.