Quora is a overhyped startup unicorn that is jealous of Reddit's +500 million monthly visitors and was founded by a former Facebook employee. On Quora where you can ask questions about how to get rich, how to pitch investors and gossip about famous companies like Google, Apple and Facebook. Oh, and also stalk Jimmy Wales and Adrian Lamo.
Now seriously: A Q&A website where you can ask questions about anything and have article-length answers written by Top Writers or Ph.D.s who spend nearly 2 hours writing superb answers full of images, graphics and details that are above your comprehension and that later will probably be posted to Gizmodo, TechCrunch, Forbes, BBC, The New York Times, Slate, Buzzfeed, Huffington and Washington Post or any other popular news-media website.
Now seriously, seriously: A Question and Answer website where you can ask and answer questions about any topic and interact with highly intelligent people from all over the world and get happy when your content is sent on their daily email called "Quora Digest" to over a million people.
Tired of that shit, now for real: Quora is the best place on the internet to find the best answer for your questions. (It'd certainly be if it had more users).
Sau010 about 6 years ago Lisa: Hey, Jon, today I got over 200,000 views on my answers on Quora!
Jon: Quora? What's Quora?
Lisa: Quora is a website similar to Yahoo Answers where you can ask and answer a lot of interesting stuff!
Jon: Oh, cool.
Jon: Well, being relevant to that number of people on Twitter or Facebook is a different story, isn't it?
Lisa: Hey, Jon, today I got over 200,000 views on my answers on Quora!