Re: Google has the *right* idea

The Oracle community already has this for free: it's here (thanks for
your efforts Jared and Steve). And yes, not all Researchers have passed
a qualifying test, which exposes you to more or less meaningfull answers
of guys like me, Mladen and many other stand up comedians. That's what
makes this list so nice, the right blend of a lot of knowledge, a small
spoonfull of humour and a knifetip of sarcasm, shaken not stirred  ;-)
There is a High Quality and Highly Appreciated site with a payed
researcher as well. It's not you who will  pay to get your questions
answered, Oracle does that for you. Resourses are limited, there is just
one researcher, who gets overloaded with questions every now and then.
You can reach him through asktom.oracle.com

:-)

Best regards,

Carel-Jan Engel

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On Mon, 2004-10-11 at 13:22, rjamya wrote: 

> Jonathan,
> 
> agreed doing all the work for $2.50 is not enough ... but to have
> someone else do it for you is priceless (@2.50 a pop).
> 
> 8:)
> Raj
> 
> 
> On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 06:51:50 -0400, Jonathan Gennick
> <jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Friday, October 8, 2004, 6:08:47 PM, mhthomas (qnxodba@xxxxxxxxx) wrote:
> > m> Check this out. Sorta a better version of MetaLink if you ask me. ;-)
> > m> http://answers.google.com/answers/main?sourceid=tipn
> > 
> > I've seen lots of variations of this
> > pay-an-expert-for-an-answer scheme pop up on the Internet
> > over the years. Maybe Google can do it better than others
> > have. So far, I've never been convinced there's enough money
> > to made in providing the answers. Researching an Oracle
> > problem is often time-consuming. $2.50 is not enough.
> >
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