Good news, sports fans. Have you ever wanted to ask someone on the interwebs a question anonymously, but didn’t have the energy or the wherewithal to do it via email or chatting? Well, there’s a service out that might be able to help you. It’s called Formspring. Also, you’re creepy.
Like most technological innovations, I’d never heard of it until today. And I’m glad. You know why? Because I’d be tempted to ask all sorts of inappropriate questions. And that’s essentially what they’re going for. They have someone get on a platform, people ask them whatever questions come to mind, and they answer them. So whatever bizarre questions people can muster on the internet, such as, “CAN MEGAN FOX WHISTLEDIXIETITTIEMONKEY?”, people will be able to answer.
What’s another word for this? Oversharing. But it’s a popular service. So popular that Tumblr has implemented a feature where you can ask people questions about what they’re posting, similar to Facebook aping Twitter, which MySpace also swaggerjacked. Technology: it’s one big clusterf*ck of ones and zeros and features.
You can bombard people’s Formspring with questions that you’ll hope they’ll answer, or terrible questions if you’re a terrible person. No matter what you do, nobody will ask you tons of questions. Why?
Those are reserved for the hot chicks. Hot chicks get the most questions. Probably related to their gennies. And you are not a hot woman. Check out Formspring here.
And now you have a chance to ask us anything here at Manolith!