How Quora Died. “The once-beloved forum is now home to a never-ending avalanche of meaningless, repetitive sludge, filled with bizarre, nonsensical, straight-up hateful, and A.I.-generated entries along with a slurry of all-caps non-questions…”
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Andy Baio

Five years ago, I wrote a post about how Quora is a terrible citizen of the web, doing everything they can to make sure their users can't get their own data out and ensuring nothing will survive when it's inevitably shuts down. Its closure now feels right around the corner, as its own founder/CEO has clearly grown bored of it and focused his sights entirely on AI.

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