The Quora Experiment

Of course we’re #1.

I’ve been answering questions on Quora for a while, to find out whether it’s a good resource for people looking for real myopia answers.

The verdict?

Not convinced.  It’s getting very repetitive, which isn’t so exciting.  Reading what some of the other writers say, especially the licensed, endorsed, ‘official’ medical types, is sometimes funny and often enlightening as to the (sad) state of retail medicine affairs.

Also the relatively low curiosity of humanity about a health condition they’re facing, relative to wanting to know about cats and money and steroids and the latest iPhone.  Telling of how we’re wired, and also reminds me to find more interesting vision health related stock to buy.

It’ll stay in the lineup for now, Quora, with a future uncertain.

Housekeeping:  Too short of a post?  Head over to the @endmyopia Youtube channel, for more of Jake goofing around with cameras.  Most recently some helmet footage, gratuitous scootering around Bangkok traffic, while expounding on the lacking virtues of cheap sunglasses.  

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Cheers,

-Jake

2016-11-09T02:18:07+00:00 By |Categories: #endmyopia project News|