What will happen if you 'cancel updates' for a question on WikiAnswers?
You will not receive updates for it in your watchlist or email.
Send an email to: wikianswers @ answers.com (remove spaces) with a request to cancel your username. Don't forget to include your current username. What will happen is your username will be changed to an anonymous ID number. Accounts cannot be completely deleted. By changing the username, your identity is removed.
As with most any endeavor, mistakes are bound to happen on occasion. If you notice a legitimate question has been merged into a catch-all, please e-mail WikiAnswers @ Answers.com with the exact question and the reason you believe it is acceptable. We will consider it for inclusion on the site again as a normal question.
When will Wikianswers think about getting people to put a password before entering a question and answer so people who want to give an answer has to enter the password?
What would happen if people who put stupid answers on wikianswers have to pay a fine and give money to wikianswers for wasting people time?
Imagery Updates Google Earth imagery updates usually happen about every 2-3 weeks but the updates are not to the entire globe but to cities and regional areas often in multiple countries. Google provides a KML feed to show where the updates are located and also has a notification service to receive alerts when your selected areas have been updated. See related question for details. Google Earth Software Updates Google Earth software is usually updated several…
Sky: The atmosphere above a given point, especially as visible from the ground during the day. If the Earth had no atmosphere, there would be no air, if there was no air, there would be no life. Without life there would be no computers, so no Wikianswers. No Wikianswers means no questions, so this question does not exist. Quod erat demonstrandum
This question is worth being answered for several reasons. The first reason is because it fulfills the goal of WikiAnswers - to answer all of the questions in its Q & A database. The second reason is because I like answering questions, and just happen to know the answer to this particular question. The third reason is because someone else might have the same question, and if they look at this question, the answer is…
Hopefully, WikiAnswers will always be around. We can't know for sure what the future will bring, but right now WikiAnswers is alive and growing - with no sign of shutting down anytime soon. WikiAnswers will probably not shut down unless everyone stops using it, which will probably not happen anytime soon.
How do I avoid getting the message What questions add no value to Wikianswers when I ask a funny question just for humor?
If you ask a fun question on wikiAnswers, you must be sure to select the right category for it. Select 'Humor and Amusement Corner', or a sub-category such as 'Jokes and Riddles'. Without that clue, the question may be tossed out with the 'junk' questions. Many children send in useless, silly, half questions just to be annoying or out of boredom. The busy volunteers on WikiAnswers toss them out automatically so they can get back…
A computer knows it needs a Microsoft update after it checks back with Microsoft during scheduled automatic updates or after a user manually enters Windows Update. If no updates are available, then nothing will happen, but if updates are available, users will often be given the choice of downloading and install a given update or ignoring it.
Are the questions answered by delegates in WikiAnswers supervised before being sent to the person who was asking the question?
It doesn't. The page that you see when you ask a new question is the page that everyone will see. The statement "Answer this question..." is pointing out where the answer should be entered. Once you get to that page, you can close the tab, backup to a previous page or click on any of the other page links for the site. You are not required to answer your own question, but some people like…
Yes, they can cancel all insurance on each other that the other is paying for. This can only happen if the insurance policy was created with both people as either primary or secondary policy holders. A person cannot just call or contact an insurance company and cancel their insurance without being on the policy.
If the forces are balanced, that means they cancel out one another - their vector sum is zero. This can't happen with two forces of unequal magnitude (strength), but it is possible to have three or more forces of unequal magnitude cancel one another; for example (in a one-dimensional example), forces of 3, -2, and -1.