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Here's an idea:

User's pay: Cost = $1.50/question asked (but could be paid for in bulk at a discount as well).
Portion of registration fee that goes to house: $1.00
Portion of fee that goes to a "good anwerer" fund: .50 cents.
Benefit to priceless

People with very high reputations and answer a lot of questions would get cash payments (small, but not insignificant).

If 20,000 questions per year get asked, the income generated would be nothing to sneeze at. Just an idea...

In reply to Re: Is PerlMonks economically viable? by nysus
in thread Is PerlMonks economically viable? by tilly

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