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January 25, 2011


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Bill Wilson

Quora could be the "next big thing," but you've given me some reasons to not jump to that conclusion. Thanks for the reality check.

Of course, lawyers looking to answer questions can always do so at Avvo (which I have here and there). There are some thoughtful questions there, but too many inquiries that are short on important details.

Brooklyn Lawyer

I think the future of social media for business or professional use will narrow in focus rather than see a series of networks leapfrogging each other in features and/or popularity. Often you hear of social media "gurus" pondering the next big thing - the next social media network that will oust Facebook. Instead of a huge new Facebook-slayer, I think we'll see the rise of the smaller, more focused social network. A network for lawyers (and people looking for lawyers or legal info). A network for commerce, and so on.

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