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iQuestions Uses Visual Networking to Answer Your Questions

- November 14, 2008 - 2 Comments

When I use visual networking to communicate, I find it easier to relate to and trust the person I am communicating with. This is a concept that a new company called iQuestions is banking on. I met the founder and CEO of iQuestions, Michael Boerner, while attending the Web 2.0 Summit. Michael showed me a new use of visual networking that I had not seen before, although it does seem like the logical evolution of search-based results for a certain type of inquiry. In this video, he discusses the consumer benefits and experience of using iQuestions to access expert advice through visual networking. You have 13 days left to enter the Digital Cribs: Heaven or Hell video contest for a chance to win $10,000! Here are the details.

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  1. I agree with this thinking. I know that when I'm interested in a new product I immediately go online and look for video reviews. YouTube video reviews posted by egular people"" have been a big influence in many of my most recent product/gadget purchases."

  2. Sir, I am in Under Graduation at presentI want to persue my carrer in the Networking field.What the future of Networking for say about thirty years to come and what is its future in India.What qualifies me to get a job in CISCO.Thank you.