Windows Live QnA Beta – Microsoft’s Answer To Google & Yahoo Answers

ResourceShelf reports on a new invite only beta service by Microsoft named Windows Live QnA. The program is similar to Google Answers and Yahoo Answers. The service is described as “Windows Live QnA Beta lets you ask any question and get the 411 from people who have the answers you’re looking for. Everybody’s an expert on something–including you–so tap into that collective brain power and contribute your own.” If you want to sign up for the beta, go here and enter your hotmail address in the form – this is only open to US based users.

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