A couple days ago I came across a post from RWW that reminded me of how I found value in Quora. The post 20 Recommended Quora Threads for Startups listed off a number of questions that had been asked. I found a couple questions that I hadn’t come across so I started following them. After that I started looking at what people in my network were looking at and added more questions that interested me. For quite a few months I had sat on one question that really didn’t spark much interest. It was only after my friend Jennifer Brook mentioned Why Did X Fail?: Why have personalized news startups failed? question on Twitter did things click for me and the Quora.
Back in the day a trait that separated smart design people from average designers was to take a look at their Delicious account to see what interested them. I think the same could be said about Quora. Topics are ok but it’s the questions that really display what someone is thinking about and how forward they’re considering things.
So in the spirit of this post I’ve listed all the questions that I’m following thus far from newest to oldest. I’ve found them all to be incredibly valuable in terms of knowledge share. If there’s something that you’re following that you think might be worth reading—just DM me or contact me through the channel that feels most comfortable.