Sep 26, 2008 113 reads by Navneet Kaushal

Google has come out with an entirely new tool called Moderator. The program accepts various questions that are directed at certain people, and then the program allows other people to vote on the quality of the question…

Google’s Matt Cutts explains that this tool was called Dory internally, and is used by the Google employees during “tech talks or company-wide meetings”.

Google Moderator For Q&A Sessions

Within Google Moderator, anyone can create a specific topic for questions to be asked in. These topics are called series; one such series is “Ask a Google engineer,” and provided its authentic, you can ask a question to Google employees like Adam Lasnik, Matt Cutts, Jeff Dean, Andrew Morton and others.

Other series currently available are “Ask a world leader” (hypothetical, I suppose), “Suggest an Android Application”, and “U.S. Presidential Debates 2008”.

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