/// Quora Moves Beyond Writing to Curating

December 19, 2011  |  All Things Digital

The user-generated content site  Quora has become a sort of long-form writing platform, with a community standard that demands user contributions that have originality, depth and proper grammar. But that’s hard! Today the site is launching a new product called Boards that lowers the burden of participation a bit. Quora Boards is basically a social bookmarking tool. Users can curate posts from Quora, links from around the Web and other content. It’s similar to other sites like Pinterest — though Pinterest tends to be more visual and product oriented — and Snip.it (both of which Katie Boehret recently reviewed ).

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Quora Moves Beyond Writing to Curating

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