viernes, 20 de abril de 2012

Google Answers


"Google is testing a service on which anyone can ask a question (which costs 50 cents to post), say how much they are willing to pay for the answer, and then registered 'experts' will bid to respond. Everyone else will be able to read the questions and responses for free, and add their own comments. If questioners aren't happy with the response, they can request a refund. This concept for a research service has been tried before, but Google's power in the marketplace has a better chance of success than the smaller ventures that preceded it." (Steve Outing, en E-Media Tidbits.)


El artículo ya no está en ninguna parte. La prueba es que si uno busca "Google is testing a service on which anyone can ask a question" en Google, los resultados que salen son los de la Mágica Web.

Google cerró el servicio: "We're sorry, but Google Answers has been retired, and is no longer accepting new questions." Pero el sitio contiene un directorio de las preguntas y respuestas que hubo.

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