The Fluther team joined Twitter on December 21, 2010, but Fluther continues to exist as an independent product. It is a free Q&A collective that specializes in getting fast answers from the right people.
It accepts questions on any subject, and has a few key differences from other Q&A sites:
1. Technology: Fluther's matching algorithm sends personalized questions to every user based on their expertise and site usage. It also features real-time interaction, so you can receive answers and follow-up live; each question feels like its own chat room.
2. Community: Fluther has a high bar for quality and community interaction. There is a team of volunteer moderators to enforce the guidelines, and there are no external incentives for submitting questions and answers (besides increasing your "lurve" score). This leads to a relatively high level of discourse, and a close-knit community. Each... See More
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