Google Answers, a fee-based answer brokering search and research service of Google Inc., has been closed down permanently last month. However, some of the vibrant answers are available for the users in a standard Google search interface.
David Sarokin, a former Google Answer researcher, has started up a new service XooxleAnswers.com. The new site features some already-answered questions and additional details on the service. It archives some of the important Google Answer services.
Like David, Andy Czernek is also using Google Answer service in a new site dailycalendar.googlepages.com. It links 365 facts associated with Google Answers date-wise to prepare a full calender year schedule. It is quite interesting to note the fact that answers service is still popular despite Google's reluctance to go ahead with it.