Aardvark Uses Social Networks To Help People Find Answers Got a question that Google can't quite answer? Ask Aardvark. The Silicon Valley-based service, at vark.com, uses existing social networks in an unusual way to connect people who have questions to people who might be able to answer. NPR's Guy Raz tries out Aardvark with the help of one of its founders, Damon Horowitz.
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Start-Up Uses Social Networks To Help Find Answers

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Start-Up Uses Social Networks To Help Find Answers

Start-Up Uses Social Networks To Help Find Answers

Start-Up Uses Social Networks To Help Find Answers

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Got a question that Google can't quite answer? Ask Aardvark. The Silicon Valley-based service, at vark.com, uses existing social networks in an unusual way to connect people who have questions to people who might be able to answer. NPR's Guy Raz tries out Aardvark with the help of one of its founders, Damon Horowitz.