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blurt it is an exciting online Question and Answer community, revolutionising the way we learn and communicate. With over 400,000 visitors daily*, and over thousands of questions published each day, it’s fast becoming one of the most impressive databases of facts, information and opinions in the world.

Whether you need to know the answer to a burning question, or you’re bursting with knowledgeable answers you can’t wait to share, will change your life. It gives you 24/7 access to literally a whole world of information and millions of knowledgeable friends.

It’s completely FREE to use and unlike other Q&A sites, you don’t even have to register to ask a question or give someone your answers. Of course if you do fancy becoming a registered member that’s fine too – you’ll earn points enabling you to connect more people and gain recognition for your contributions; becoming part of the community.

Super User

Super User is a Q&A site for computer enthusiasts that's free. Free to ask questions, free to answer questions, free to read, free to index, built with plain old HTML, no fake rot13 text on the home page, no scammy google-cloaking tactics, no salespeople, no JavaScript windows dropping down in front of the answer asking for $12.95 to go away. You can register if you want to collect karma and win valuable flair that will appear next to your name, but otherwise, it's just free. And fast. Very, very fast.

We don't run Super User. You do. Super User is collaboratively built and maintained by your fellow users. Once the system learns to trust you, you'll be able to edit anything, much like Wikipedia. With your help, we can build good answers to every question a power user might have. No matter what operating system you choose, or what hardware you run it on, we can learn from each other.

Super User is as frictionless and painless to use as we could make it. We believe finding the right answer to those hardware and software questions should be as easy as falling into the pit of success. And maybe even a little fun along the way.

Mahalo is a human-powered search engine and a knowledge sharing service. Mahalo aims to help users from all corners of the Internet, quickly find the most accurate possible information on any topic. Mahalo users are encouraged to join Mahalo and share their expertise in exchange for Mahalo Dollars, which can be cashed-out. This page can be the start off point for every new Mahalo user as it offers manuals to all of the features found within

Mahalo works by tipping it's users for providing accurate and helpful internet research. Anybody can get started at earning for research by Answering questions for Mahalo.


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, that have specific information. In 2008 the Aardvark team built out the core Aardvark product, while conducting an extensive user-research campaign to refine the user experience for this new Social Search paradigm.

This work culminated in a series of beta releases in Summer 2009, making Aardvark available over email, Instant Messenger, Twitter, and the iPhone. Following the popular success of these applications, Aardvark publically launched Social Search on the web in October 2009, open to everyone at

(See some of the terrific press we've received here.)

In September 2008, Aardvark closed Series A financing with August Capital, with participation from Baseline Ventures. The company is proud to have had over a dozen well-known technology thought leaders as individual investors, including Michael Dearing, Sep Kamvar, Marc Andreessen, Deep Nishar, Sean Fanning, Aydin Senkut, Shervin Pishevar, and others.

Over 2009, the company built an amazing technical team of over twenty people, including engineers from each of Silicon Valley's major technology companies, four AI Ph.D.s, and founders from a dozen different successful startups. And we're still hiring.

In February 2010 Aardvark was acquired by Google, and continues to operate as part of the Google family of products.


Askville is a place where you can share and discuss knowledge with other people by asking and answering questions on any topic. It’s a fun place to meet others with similar interests to you and a place where you can share what you know. You can learn something new everyday or help and meet others using your knowledge. Askville even helps you learn by giving you cool tools to help you find information online while you are answering questions. It’s all about sharing—what you know and what you want to know—so go ahead and meet someone new today and Askville!

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Yahoo! Answers

With more than 21 million unique users in the U.S. and 90 million worldwide, Yahoo! Answers is the largest knowledge-sharing community on the Web. It’s an online community where anyone can ask and answer questions on any topic. Yahoo! Answers connects people to the information they’re seeking with those who know it. Everyone has life experience and knowledge about something, and Yahoo! Answers provides a way for people to share their experience and insight.