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  • Able2Know - Ask an Expert: Ask an expert at this knowledge exchange where experts answer one's questions. Features discussions on diverse topics.
  • AllExperts.com: Volunteer experts answer all your questions.
  • Ampleo: Offers emailed responses to inquiries compiled by researchers.
  • Ask A Linguist: Post a question involving language to a panel of linguists; browse and search past answers.
  • Ask A+ Locator: Use the search tool here to find quality educational "Ask An Expert" sites. All sites are screened before being entered in this database.
  • Ask Me Help Desk: Become an expert or ask an advisor about subjects such as homework help or interview questions at this question-and-answer community.
  • Ask The Inventors: Free help for first-time inventors about how to go from idea to patenting, marketing and licensing.
  • Ask a Chef: Questions answered about cooking from volunteer expert chefs.
  • AskAnOwner.com: The AskAnOwner community gives consumers the opportunity to ask direct questions to users of products and services. They can expect honest and direct answers to there questions.
  • CIO Magazine's Ask the Expert Series: Pose questions to industry leaders. Specific questions will be selected to be answered by each month's expert. Responses will appear during the last two weeks of each month.
  • Find an Ask An Expert Site: Nicely organized index of sites where you can ask an expert.
  • Globe Alive: Searchable database of experts standing by to help you.
  • Knowledge Explosion Network: A European network of young, enthusiastic academics who are willing to share their knowledge with everybody in Europe.
  • PointAsk: Register to ask and answer questions. Gain points for good ones.
  • Since You Ask: Ask any question, researchers will find the answer and post it on the page.
  • Stumpers-L: A networking `resource` for reference questions that have people, in essence, stumped. Sponsored by the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at Dominican University, Stumpers-L was founded as an email-based `resource` where reference librarians can help each other find the answers to difficult questions, but anyone can join.
  • The Answerbank.co.uk: United Kingdom based question and answer site with weather, crosswords, quizzes and horoscopes.
  • The Expert Network: Get expert advice from one of our many local professionals across the United States. Some experts may charge a fee.
  • UKExpert: A discussion site with a large team of expert moderators and members making up its community. It also has live news, polls, and a photographs section.
  • Webjectives - Online Marketing Advice: Ask any online marketing related question, and receive a quick answer for free.
  • Wondir: This nonprofit service combines metasearch with answers from experts. Results are served in panels: related web sites, news groups, news articles, people to ask, and questions with answers.
  • Yahoo Group: Science Help: Ask questions about biology, physics and chemistry.
  • ask BAR: Ask questions and get free expert answers from real people in almost any topic.
  • iVillage.com - Experts Directory: Experts with advice on health, finances, fitness, parenting, cooking and other topics. Some experts have regularly scheduled online chat sessions.

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