Using Qassia: An Intelligent Decision?

Welcome to the second part of our two-part review of Qassia, a search engine dedicated to getting content from its users and building links to their web sites. Last time I introduced you to the concept behind Qassia, showed you how to register, and gave you a look at the dashboard. This time we’ll take a closer look at user-added content.
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Google Knol Takes Aim at Wikipedia, Others

After teasing us with an unveiling seven months ago, Google finally opened up Google Knol to everybody. What does this mean? Depending on who you ask, it means higher quality content to index, the death of Wikipedia, and the rise of content thieves. It’s also another step towards a Google monopoly. Keep reading for the details.
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