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For those dedicated to recognizing and adhering to social conventions and customs.
For wine enthusiasts, wine drinkers, wine makers, wine merchants, wine bloggers, wine buyers, wine writers, wine collectors, wine tasters, wine educators... in fact, anyone interested in wine & oenology.
For CMS developers and blog administrators. The CMS-agnostic Q&A site covers Wordpress, Drupal, Habari, Kentico, DotNetNuke, ExpressionEngine, SilverStripe, Umbraco, Joomla… questions.
For product managers or anybody else responsible for figuring out what customers really want to buy, then making sure it actually gets made.
For students, teachers, and linguists wanting to discuss the finer points of the Dutch language.
For those with autism, and also for those that care for them and interact with them. Being able to discuss techniques to handle the every-day struggle of an autistic person can change their life if handled correctly.
For people who want to learn more about the various intelligence agencies, their histories, training, exploits, operations, cultures and funding. As well as how and why intelligence is gathered, and cyber-espionage.
For people who want to learn more about the various militaries around the world, their histories, weapons, tactics, logistics, funding, lifestyles and cultures. As well as the history and nature of warfare.
For questions concerning a technological singularity or the future in general. What constitutes a singularity? How will we know if one occurs?
For students, teachers, and linguists wanting to discuss the finer points of the Korean language.
For scientists, engineers, developers, etc. researching existing file systems and/or developing new ones
For German speaking professional and enthusiast programmers (ein deutsches Stack Overflow)
For homeschoolers of all kinds and those who have questions or want to know more.
For enthusiasts, students, teachers, and linguists covering all aspects of the Turkish language including word usage and etymology, spelling and grammar, as well as details like formatting and punctuation.
For developers who have questions about the technical and business aspects of submitting apps to App Stores and Markets. (Typically for mobile, but not exclusively limited to.)
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