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asked Feb 17, 2014 in Discussion by Dilaton (4,175 points) [ no revision ]
edited Feb 22, 2014 by Dilaton

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I think that instead of alerting all users wishing to ask and answer popular-level questions to the pop-sci proposal, we could link to quora. The pop-sci proposal is unlikely to succeed anyway, and  it doesn't exist yet. Even if it succeeds, it is' going to take years, and most popular question askers want answers right away : )       

answered Feb 21, 2014 by dimension10 (1,950 points) [ revision history ]
edited Mar 29, 2014 by dimension10

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