FunAdvice: Stick your deepest questions on your blog

Q&A site FunAdvice has one feature that's unique (as far as I know): a widget that lists your outstanding questions, or latest answers, or areas of expertise.

There are a few big question-and-answer sites out there--including Microsoft's QnA and Yahoo Answers--which partly explains why the small Q&A site FunAdvice.com has only 26,000 answers on it, even though it's been online since 2003. But FunAdvice has one feature that's unique (as far as I know): a widget that lists your outstanding questions, or latest answers, or areas of expertise (your choice). See my question widget at right.

FunAdvice doesn't rely on a points system like the big sites to encourage participation, nor will it help you monetize your expertise like Ether. And it's not real-time like Qunu. But it's a fun little service and could be useful to add some bling to your blog or social network page.

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Rafe Needleman reviews mobile apps and products for fun, and picks startups apart when he gets bored. He has evaluated thousands of new companies, most of which have since gone out of business.

 

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