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New Feature: ReadWriteWeb Question of the Day

Next week we’re starting a new series of posts we call the ReadWriteWeb Question of the Day. In those posts we’ll answer, with the help of topical experts we know around the web, the most interesting questions submitted by readers.

Just post your questions in comments on any Question of the Day post or email them to [email protected] with the word “Question” in the subject line. Our elves will start processing them immediately.

We like to write how-to type posts here at ReadWriteWeb and our readers seem to like to read them. Lately we’ve show you how to…
Find social media leaders on any topic
Permenantly delete data from your hard-drive
Get an RSS feed for a Google search
Learn how to use Greasemonkey in under 5 minutes
How to rock Flickr like a champ

and How to run a press embargo for your startup’s launch

Those were all answers to questions you didn’t ask, though, we just thought of them ourselves! We want to know what questions you, dear readers, would like answered. We expect they’ll often be more sophisticated than the ones answered above, but they don’t have to be.

Several of us on staff have experience as consultants; consider this an opportunity for free consulting plus input from other industry experts and our community of readers.

What Kinds of Questions?

How many developers does it take to screw in a wiki? We’re not sure about that, but if you’ve got questions about using wikis at work, uploading videos from vacation, social search for spiritual salvation or anything like that – the new ReadWriteWeb Question of the Day is going to be for you.

Technical questions, strategic questions, marketing questions – we’re open to all of them. Whatever we think our readers will find interesting we’ll answer publicly and point you towards good places to learn more. Look for OPML files of the best blogs on the topic you ask about and custom search engines you can search for more. Because that’s how we roll.

We’re looking forward to hearing from you. We’ll start posting answers to the most interesting questions we receive on Monday.

About ReadWrite’s Editorial Process

The ReadWrite Editorial policy involves closely monitoring the tech industry for major developments, new product launches, AI breakthroughs, video game releases and other newsworthy events. Editors assign relevant stories to staff writers or freelance contributors with expertise in each particular topic area. Before publication, articles go through a rigorous round of editing for accuracy, clarity, and to ensure adherence to ReadWrite's style guidelines.

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