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Should we embrace non-Googlers?

We should Non-Googlers is one of the main groups posting on SE. They search answers, often easy answers. Who are we to forbid them of asking? Embrace easy questions, for they open up a forum for ...
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Should we embrace non-Googlers?

I think that this Meta question confuses two distinct concepts. "Embrace" as in "allow" Are questions allowed to exist (are in scope) on the site? The answer to that is clearly "yes" and other ...
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Should we embrace non-Googlers?

Yes In addition to agreeing with RaisingAgent's justification, let me offer another one. Literature often defies specific interpretation - something that may be a problem for this site. A question ...
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Why was my question about Watership Down downvoted?

I didn't downvote, but I considered voting to close your question as "unclear what you're asking". Why downvote? The tooltip for the downvote button says "this question does not show any research ...
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Should we embrace non-Googlers?

One reason to embrace non-Googlers that isn't mentioned often anywhere I have seen is that Google isn't always easy for everybody. Sometimes people have specific personal factors that can make ...
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