Ex-Googlers answer user questions

03/9/2007 | Computerworld

UClue.com, a new paid research service from a group of former Google Answers researchers, has started taking questions from users. The start-up allows users to post a query and suggest an amount between $5 and $250 that they will pay for the answer. But uclue.com won't accept homework-related questions or inquires seeking personal data on a living person.

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