Thursday, April 25, 2002

There's a new Google service in town (as of April 19, 2002) and it's called Google Answers. This is unlike other services like Ask Yahoo! or Ask Jeeves because it charges for the answers and has built a group of external researchers to respond to the questions. For between $4 and $50 (you set the price) you can ask a question and someone from Google's team of researchers will answer it.
The research team is not in-house; in fact, Google is currently searching for an training Google question-answerers. (Get more details on that at

New Google Answers Service Raises a Few Questions of Its Own

Entry for April 18th on Gary Price's blog

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