Celebrity babies, a snowy Baghdad, Sarah Palin, Sex and the City: it’s been a weird, wonderful and at times, worrying, year. But as it comes to an end we can sit back and review what happened throughout 2008.
With the combined efforts of Answers.com and WikiAnswers content, the 2008 Year in Review has been officially released. If you remember last year’s edition, it covered the questions asked and answered throughout 2007.
This year, there’s a nice new twist: the 2008 Year in Review includes related reference topics and featured spotlights from each month, along with the list of Q&A.
So go on and check it out! Before you know it, 2009 will be showing up and bringing us a whole new host of questions and answers.
You turn on the news, and you just can’t stop hearing all those names: Sarah Palin, Barack Obama, John McCain, Joe Biden… They are everywhere, and the rumors are flying.
It could only mean one thing: It’s time to brush up on your presidential election knowledge before November rolls around.
Which is why WikiAnswers has a bunch of new categories that will serve as your official place to ask and answer questions concerning the U.S. presidential election in November: the candidates, the issues and more.
Here’s a quick ‘site map’ of all the elections and current issues categories available:
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