Anyone can be a spotter for the Good Question Project by doing three simple things:
1. Add this line to your email footer (or signature line) with the html link included:
“Did you ask a good question today? Help the Good Question Project find and highlight good questions asked in public.”
2. If you see, or read about, a good question asked in public, email the information to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a link to the article or video if possible. And if you feel like it, add your explanation for why you think it was a good question.
3. Use the Twitter hashtag #GoodQ to point to good questions. (And #BadQ to point to bad ones.)