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Aardvark
site Distributed Knowledge / Q & A

Aardvark was founded in late 2007 by Max Ventilla, Damon Horowitz, Nathan Stoll, and Rob Spiro. Aardvark was conceived as the first Social Search engine: a way to find people, not web pages,...

Carl EspostiOct 08, 2010 04:09 am GMT3031 views
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Quora
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Founded in 2009, Quora is a site that's comprised of a constantly improving collection of answers and questions created by the crowd. Plus, everyone who utilizes this information can edit and...

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Without volunteer editors (and all others who take part in Wikipedia's endeavor), Wikipedia wouldn't be as successful as it is today. For ten years, Wikipedia's participants continue...

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OpenStudy is a social learning network where students ask questions, give help, and connect with other students studying the same things. Our mission is to make the world one large study group,...

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SlideShare features a vibrant professional and educational community that regularly comments, favorites and downloads content. SlideShare content spreads virally through blogs and social networks...

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Kibin is a marketplace that facilitates the peer review process. Their purpose is to give you immediate access to others with your same dilemma... finding someone to look over your work.

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Smarterer will provide users with badges that reflect their individual scores, which the company hopes people will attach to their LinkedIn profiles, About.me pages and other pieces of their...

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site Distributed Knowledge / Reviews

If you have strong opinions about software, whether positive or negative, and want to get paid for your reviews, you are in the right place. They pay up to 50 dollars for tell-it-like-it-is, no...

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