So there seem to be a handful of questions that pop up on Ask Me all the time.
Unfortunately the current searching options don't make it easy to figure out if your question is a dupe. Q: Where can I get an invitation to (private beta of web 2.0 site)?
Created in 1999 by Matt Haughey, the site’s run with just a few employees, but has grown into a fantastic place for conversations that you could spend hours digging into and surfacing links that the rest of the web just wasn’t seeing. Then I either put in some hours moderating the site or I’m answering email and having discussions with the other moderators about the site. The rest of the day is pretty much the same, reading the web and reading Meta Filter.
A: Mozilla Zine's Firefox support forums - anonymous posting is allowed Q: Can you help with a particular computer/peripheral/software problem? Q: I'm looking for some FREE software to do X, or a free alternative to Program Y A: Huge list of free software Q: My i Pod has stopped working, what do I do now?
A: i Lounge Q: I'm visiting my family to do some tech support on their computer, and need to bring the proper tools. A: Two Ask Me threads contain a wealth of suggestions for useful tools. Also, see the under 32MB PC Repair System from Daily Cup of Tech.
Q: I'm trying to remember a book I read from when I was younger.... Q: My cat exhibits this crazy behavior; is he/she the only one? (x 1000) Q: How do I get this gasoline smell out of my clothes?   Q: I have a complicated legal issue I need advice on.
A: Stump The Bookseller Q: I'm looking for a good book to read. Library Thing combines library management with social features such as suggestions. Q: I am tired of going out to movies, restaurants, watching TV, etc. Q: What is that dark, dramatic choral music you hear all the time in movie trailers? Examples: 1 2 3 4 Q: What is that song that is always used in X situation ?