Google Answers alternatives?
September 7, 2004 8:34 AM   Subscribe

Are there other places that will pay you to research answers to questions besides Google Answers?

A friend who is a research chemist in a small town, just lost hist job and asked me about this sort of thing. Beyond becoming a Google expert, I didn't really know what to tell him. Apparently, Google has enough experts at the moment, he couldn't apply there.
posted by Dean_Paxton to Education (4 answers total)
 
Not quite the same but Innocentive has chemical problems with awards (up to $100000) for solutions.
posted by Cuppatea at 8:49 AM on September 7, 2004


Cuppatea, right up his alley! I'm passing it on now
posted by Dean_Paxton at 8:54 AM on September 7, 2004


Follow up: My friend contacted them today and they may possibly hire him to help coordinate and help assign research projects, from his home. So, things suddenly look up for him. Thanks for the tip.
posted by Dean_Paxton at 7:37 PM on September 7, 2004


Sad really, I signed up to be a Google Researcher not long after Answers was announced. After a few months and a test or two, I got in. Questions answered so far? Nil. I've posted a lot of helpful comments though ;-) To be honest though, AskMe (here, not askme.com) is way better.
posted by wackybrit at 5:20 AM on September 8, 2004


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