Yahoo reply to answers, one of the last unfiltered advice bastions of the Internet, the site will not be archived but will be shut down on the 4th of May. The Alexandria Library’s digital equivalent will burn up for bizarre questions and the Internet will have a great loss.
The emergence of the site 16 years ago promised users to answer the most urgent questions in the community. Actually, Yahoo Answers was more a raging show of horror than a source of useful advice from web users.
As someone who had an Internet connection and a pulse soon learned, online advice is much better, and serious questions can much better be asked and creditable answers obtained. Yet, if only for its singular embodiment of the often hilarating hive mind on the web, Yahoo Answer will be sorely missed. Let’s review some classics, and how better than the answers we often have been given can be found.
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More than an advice forum was FAQ yahoo answer a comedy goldmine. This is not a forum for crowd-sourced inquiries, but Yahoo Answer is more like an array of trolls (the following facts demonstrate that Reddit is often a fantastic platform for seeking advice or expert opinions).
You’re going to have the idea. Certainly, Yahoo Answers had users who had legitimately constructive advice in their search and delivery. But the website was always brighter, more ridiculous. We really only have the screenshots with its archives destined for the dustbin, to remind us of the bizarre questions the Internet has captured.
Where will I find better advice resources? (yahoo reply)
To use a highly repetitive statement: there is useful internet material, but it will probably not come from other people. You may try Reddit, which as previously described is very well governed by swarming administers who do a decent job of removing many of the unfavorable or inappropriate contents if you really want to gather knowledge from an anonymous group of peers. Where you don’t need to go is Quora, which is an experiment based on high expectations of information from random people, similar to Yahoo Answers.
Naturally, your questions will depend on the best place to search for a Yahoo reply. However, in general, look for facts that experts have examined. Consult reputable health sources like Medical News Today if you have a medical concern and have not easy access for your doctor (not WebMD). Try consulting parenting-specific sites if you have concerns about parenting.
Wikipedia will soon not get anywhere and it will probably not become total nonsense if you are searching only for basic information on a particular subject. Bottom line, don’t send messages to the void and expect an expert, natural stranger and come back to give you an action plan. In any case, you will have less choice to do that with your Yahoo answers prepared to be scrubbed out from the Site