As described by the beeb....
"Google ... has its own answering service - in which questioners can set a price, between $2 and $200, that they're willing to pay for an answer. And looking at the current crop on Google Answers, it's information that wouldn't exactly fit on to a text message.
For instance, someone is offering $2 for the wiring diagram for a 1994 Honda Accord. Another questioner is offering $22 for detailed information about front-loading washing machines. It's a kind of eBay for information."
Hat tip: Señorita Cano.
I have a question: What will it take to get Nigel Clough to take the manager's job at Forest?
"He will come again, in glory, to judge the living and the dead, and His kingdom will have no end"
Col prefers John 3:16 (via e-mail)