Rich Moore, the director of Disney’s latest animated flick, Wreck-It Ralph, gets on Quora to answer some interesting questions about the movies. From his answers, we get to learn how his team managed to get licenses for all video-games characters appearing in the movie, the meaning of story watchdog, and his advices for aspiring film makers. I’m sure Director Moore will share more interesting insights on Quora in the coming days.
Q&A siteQuora is already down for almost two hours now, since 4:25pm (GMT+8). And blame it on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud. Not only Quora, location-based social network foursquare and social news site Reddit websites also affected by Amazon EC2’s service disruption.
It started with a question, Is Qato a serious Quora clone attempt? Wait, what is Qato? On its Twitter profile, Qato is described as enterprise Q&A system, developed by DZone. It allows users to switch effortlessly between Quora, OSQA and StackOverflow themes.
Qato, the Quora look-alike
One of Quora engineers poked around the Qato website and discovered security vulnerability. He described his methodology:
This is a continuously updated list of founders, CEOs, software engineers, and designers of tech companies, spotted on Quora. (updated March 12 2011)