Freevps users who are proud Quorans (not that holy book for Muslims)
#1
This forum has lots of questions like have you <verb> this and make a list of your <adjective> <noun>.  So i thought why not this then....let us do it.

How many of you guys are on quora or visit  quora.com at least a couple of times each week without any particular requirement to do so except to feel good ?

Please kindly share a question that you think should be shared here. It will help us gain in knowledge I'm sure and allow us to view things from different perspectives.

Rule of this game.... This is not those post as many times as you want type threads. You got ticket to post only once, so to speak. You need to edit that one post under this thread and add things later if you feel the need to do so.

Have fun or whatever you will have during this. Please respect the above rules !!

Thanks..
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#2
Well, I regularly visit quora to stalk my friends :p

It's mostly a copy of the AskReddit subreddit so not really interested, just to stalk friends online.
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#3
I would say hardly a copy !! I really doubt you visit quora that often. There is no resemblance except may be in the concept. Then If we start on that path, we may as well say that freevps is a copy of quora. Tongueout

I challenge you to elaborate on your point and support it with evidence. Thanks.
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#4
I don't go out of my way to visit Quora but I do stumble across it once in a while when googling things. Compared to other Q&A sites, I prefer Stack Exchange sites' layout where
  • you can see the score at the top left hand corner of every answer,
  • by default, answers are sorted by score
  • people can comment on answers
#5
@rudra- freevps is not copy of quora, cmon what are you talking about.

OP: I've been visiting quora recently too much. For me it's like stackoverflow of non-programming issues or concerns. People share genuine thoughts. To be honest I do not post alot there but just read. It's sometime fun reading some inspirational stories about people.
#6
I regularly land at quora when I Google inquiries of a technical nature - particularly error messages - only to discover that if I wanted to go deeper into that problem at quora that I needed to be registered.  At which time I always say "toodle do"!  "Nice try Quora and exactly why I don't want to sign up with you"! Wink

I find my better solutions at Stack Overflow.  It's not perfect, but if one works through all of the contributions posted one is bound to find something useful.

By the way I Googled Quora alternatives and looks as though there are users at Quora who aren't as happy with it:
What is a better alternative to Quora?
I like the activity here, but the admins micromanage too much.

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OK now that makes sense to me ....
#7
I think Quora explain with general-themed replied, which i need more explanation.
So i'm choosing stackoverflow to solve problem
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#8
Well quora helped me with various things in general with detailed explanation. I don't have an account there but its a really awesome service for me who always have questions and wanting to know more about a subject in general.
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#9
i am also QOURAian, Qoura is actually very good place for learning things reddit lacks deepness in answers imo. but then stackoverflow wins in getting programming related stuffs :p




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