Resolved Question: Good Alternative to
Are there any other sites similar to Yahoo! Answers, where you can post up a question for a few days, on any subject, and anyone can answer?
One with no points or scoring system would be great, as I've always felt that's unnecessary and encourages abuse, like trolls and stupid, irrelevant answers, etc.
I've just had enough with Yahoo! altogether, the continual changes to many of it's sites seem not only unnecessary, but usually only make things worse, e.g. it becomes harder to use, and almost impossible to find out what's going on or what to do about it, without chasing all through its pages like a bloodhound with a heavy cold! And WORST OF ALL, you can never directly contact a Yahoo! employee when you need help!
Today, for example, I can neither delete a question with a crazy answer, nor pick a best answer between the two respondents who tried to help me with the crazy answer!
Yahoo! have just made it harder to use Y! Answers, and really difficult to use Yahoo! Mail! Seems every time I respond to an e-mail I get one back telling me all about it! And it's rarely clear anymore who's e-mailing me!
But the final straw is the article they posted today with the title "Why did L Wren Scott kill herself?"
Why did the post that? What are they expecting from us?
I didn't even read it, but simply posted a comment slamming Yahoo! for doing it, and telling them I'm finishing with Yahoo! for good.
It'll take me a while to clear out my stuff, but how in all conscience could I stay?
Posted on 18 March 2014 | 2:42 am
Resolved Question: Why is everyone worried
While the political fashionistas had a field day this week with Ann Romney’s nearly $1,000 blouse, she is not the only presidential candidate’s wife with expensive taste. Despite her penchant for more affordable clothing, First Lady Michelle Obama also has a pricey wardrobe.
From Balenciaga and Helmut Lang to Michael Kors and Marchesa, the first lady has been known to wear some big name, and expensive, designer fashions. Last week alone, Mrs. Obama was spotted in two different L’Wren Scott cardigans, priced between $2,000 and $3,000.
Last Thursday, Mrs. Obama wore the designer’s peach embroidered cardigan to a Take Your Child to Work Day event at the White House. The very next day she wore another, similar version in white with red embellishment to greet troops at Fort Stewart, in Georgia, with the president.
Posted on 3 May 2012 | 7:12 am
Resolved Question: Who designed Nicole
(Please scroll the pages on the above link.)
And where can I get a knock-off? ;)
Posted on 28 November 2008 | 12:11 pm
Resolved Question: Can anyone name some
Posted on 31 July 2008 | 12:21 am